Eventhough ENFPs loves being around people, they crave alone time much more than the average extrovert. ENFPs search for a deeper meaning in just about everything, and use their much-coveted alone time to decide how their experiences fit in with their system of core values. it’s not psychological disorder, it’s just about some of them modified to have balance extro-intro function. ENFPs “The truly Ambivert” myersandbriggs
hitting nail on head. "ENFPs abhor routine and get bored very easily. They value spontaneity and variety. As a result ENFPs are usually unconventional. They can spend their lives in one career but it more common for them to move from one interesting project or organisation to another."