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42 | San Francisco, California


She is very curious and loves adventure, either or both intellectual and physical. When she gets interested in something, she can become extremely focused on it.

People tend to admire her for her knowledge and innovativeness. She derives intimacy from doing things with friends or a partner.

She is drawn to those who can balance her highly independent and tough-minded spirit--those who are novelty seeking, yet compassionate, verbal, intuitive, trusting, flexible and emotionally expressive.

A few excerpts from her personality test:

  • I am intrigued by rules and patterns that govern systems
  • People should behave in ways that are morally correct
  • I like to figure out how things work

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in her own words...

Hi, welcome to my profile! I am here to connect with people who are interested in meaningful relationships that lead to love, trust, and commitment. I am an idealist (I try my best in everything I do, and expect as much from those around me), an academic (I am usually thinking about why things work the way they do), a teacher (postsecondary level), a student (I can't see myself ever not learning), an animal lover (unfortunately I discovered last year that I've grown very allergic to cats and dogs...I may have to go the immunotherapy route), a care taker (I am the oldest child in the family and usually the one who takes care of things for my aging parents), and a reliable friend (I still have quite a few from school days). I admire people who have integrity (the unshakable sort), self-understanding and love, compassion for others, and a wicked sense of humor. Since it's hard to convey the richness of a 3D personality in such a 2D format, I’m hoping to get at this problem by asking you to help me think through a problem I’ve experienced. Beyond what I’ve written above, I’m hoping to find a thinking partner, someone who is an intellectual soul-mate if you will. If you are interested in contacting me, please don’t send a wink (I will think you don’t care enough to write something more substantive). Instead, tell me something about yourself you think I should keep in mind (to help me gauge whether we may have a spark), and then tell me how you would respond to this situation: A good friend of yours has turned to you for a favor. S/he’s asked you to take on a short-term responsibility that you can certainly do (you have the resources), but that you really don’t want to take on. You consider saying no, but s/he has no one else to turn to and currently does not have the means to continue the responsibility himself. How would you respond? Can you answer this question using a concrete experience you’ve had? Again, I’m posing this question because it’s a dilemma I’

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About her:

  • Living situation:
    • Live alone
  • Religious affiliation:
    • Spiritual but not religious
  • Relationship history:
    • Single (never been married)
  • Income:
    • I'd prefer to share this information with my matches later.
  • Eye color:
    • Brown
  • Hair color:
    • Black
  • Ethnic background:
    • Asian

What she's looking for:

  • Age Range:
    • 35 - 44
  • relationship history:
    • Any
  • smokes:
    • Any
  • Ethnic background:
    • Any
  • Religious affiliation:
    • Any
  • education:
    • Any