(this is her dominant personality type)
(she also shows elements of this type)
Looking for a good conversationalist
She has a broad overview of reality and likes to tackle large, complex issues and weigh all the variables involved.
She seeks an authentic connection with just about everyone you meet, and you want to have in-depth discussions with friends and colleagues about ideas and feelings.
She likes those who can focus on their goals – individuals who complement her restless soul-searching.
A few excerpts from her personality test:
- I get bored when I have to do the same familiar things
- I pursue intellectual topics thoroughly and regularly
- I tend to be cautious, but not fearful
Her 14 interests
in her own words...
Good writing makes me high. I love green, that warm in between yellow-brown shade - poison green. I try to understand what makes people tick. I think most people are more animal than human and I think this is good. Some say I think too much. I hate crowds. My life revolves around my dog. He is gorgeous and fuzzy and damaged, like a three-year-old with fangs. I have a cat too. They are not best friends. I love to dig in the dirt and watch things grow. I want to know the names of trees and flowers and birds. I love food. I laugh as often as I can. Insensitivity is not the same as honesty. Music? I listen to a lot of Irish trad. Other than that I am pretty mainstream - rock 'n roll (e.g. Mellencamp), folk, emo. I like ethnic music and classical. I love the fiddle - bluegrass, country, romany, celtic. I am no longer 20 and I have never been skinny. I clean up OK and I dye my hair red. I am going to be a psychologist when I grow up. When I rule the world there will be a Department of Animal Protection where the prison industrial complex used to be. First dates are pretty awkward, no so? We should meet for coffee and maybe a good movie, something we can rehash after. Did you see No Country for Old Men? I could talk about that for a week, or There Will Be Blood, that was also brilliant. If you had a dog, we could go on a dogwalk, but it wouldn't be much of a date because my wolf is pretty high maintenance. So back to the movie idea. Or, better still, a live performance - do you like the theatre? Or we could do something we are both interested in - maybe one of those communal cooking classes where you get to eat what you cook at the end. As long as the date doesn't turn into an interview; dating can be like looking for a job, haven't you found that? Whatever we do, it will be relaxed and unpretentious and pleasurable. You are warm and respectful and kind and smart; I am happy to be with you.
- Live with pets
- Live with roommate(s)
- $50,001 to $100,000
- Auburn / Red
What she's looking for:
- 42 - 48
- Single (never been married)
- Not at all
- American Indian or Alaska Native
- Hispanic/Latino or Spanish origin
- Bachelors degree
- Graduate or professional degree
- PhD / Post Doctoral