I've been wondering what introversion and extroversion really are lately. I first took the MBTI in early 2007 and scored as ENFP. Took it again in both late 2007 and early 2008 and again scored as ENFP. I was probably quite ambiverted despite the E score as I've always been very private. Around June 2008, I did something really immature and fell into a sort of depression where I did nothing but hate on myself and dwell on that one event for half a year. I became immensely insecure and consequently, with no self confidence, became somewhat of a wallflower. Ever since then, I've consistently scored as either INFP or INTP with very high scores on introversion. Nowadays I've mostly gotten over it, but I can't help but wonder if that event "turned me into" a stronger introvert or was at least a major catalyst in the maturing of my personality. I wonder if scars from it (bah I sound so melodramatic) remain in my subconscious that cause me to prefer certain introverted traits that I didn't before. People who have known me for a long time have said I went from fluffy to ice cold. Although I don't doubt my type, I don't think I have always been this way. I sometimes think I don't know who I am at the core. Does anyone else relate?