It would be really nice if some people in this forum would stop using type to club others over the head, like a weapon.
If anyone has a problem allowing others to be who they want to be, go see a shrink and shut the hell up.
I'm interested in your reasoning. It was suggested to me that i display s more than n in my type vid by another forum member. I totally identify with n and not at all with s in general. In the more specific there is one trait in the ESFP that i can completely identify with (natural connection with children and animals) but I find the description for my actual type portrays me incredibly well, i feel quite textbook in that way, which is slightly uncomfortable. However i also feel a lot more of a thinker the older and more mature i get and in the future see myself much more of a thinker and even possibly more introverted. What would you consider the main differences between a ESFP and an ENFP?
ESFP - ENFP <- That is a great link for differentiating ENFPs and ESFPs. And I think you pointed out some good points here, some I've been trying to explain to a lot of people. Most SP descriptions suck. That's why I think a lot of SPs mistype themselves as a NP when they take the test.
The main way that I identify type and work within type is using the cognitive functions as ways to describe them. Have you checked into that? You seem to understand ENFPs and ESFPs in really general terms.