Yea, definitely. We care to adapt to other people and be accommodating, so we will be flexible about as many things as possible, sometimes giving wrong impressions. I'm driven to understand how my feelings work and why they come to be, which from what I've seen is more common in people who are not too high F. Having NTP friends also helps a lot with this, as they are capable of getting me unstuck and pushing me to be more objective and investigative about my feelings, but it takes the will to do this to begin with.-nods-
I was starting to think we were the world's most hated MBTI group and pure evil by some comments here. It was like, Damn. How did I not see the Hell Demon peering out through my eyes when I looked in the mirror this morning?
But don't you feel that our inability to understand ourselves at times can also be confusing for other people too? I can understand some of the other thoughts here, in that sense. I feel like we can unintentionally present ourselves the wrong way at times. Especially in moments when we're really socially anxious.
"Identity" isn't something I particularly care about, INFPs like all P types are primarily directed outward to explore the world and it's possibilities, and secondarily where & how they fit in it. I think the idea that INFPs are subjective and focused on the "inner world" is perpetuated by mistyped people, since the MBTI system is based on bad assumptions, but I don't wanna get more technical here.