(this is his dominant personality type)
(he also shows elements of this type)
He is an analytical, focused and independent thinker with a deep interest in how the world works. He quickly grasps patterns and relationships and sees the many sides of any complex issue.
He likes to engage his friends and family with rigorous, theoretical and broad discussions that can be highly entertaining and informative.
He seeks a mind mate. He likes individuals who want to play with abstract ideas and explore the complex ways the world works.
A few excerpts from his personality test:
- I am more analytical and logical than most people
- I like to get to know my friends' deepest needs and feelings
- I feel emotions more deeply than most people
in his own words...
There is great temptation to fight the last war, and avoid problems of past relationships. Of course I am different today: how I perceive the world, what I desire in life, and the type of men whom I will be drawn towards. So I am describing a set of lessons learned, rather than drawing a Maginot Line of dating. Ultimately I want a long-term, monogamous relationship. The process of dating is really the process of learning about each other, and determining if our needs and desires overlap such that we find much of what we want. Hopefully while minimizing the loss of what we value. There are no guarantees about how the dating process ends, or even how it progresses. Yet here's rough outline of stuff I would say to anyone who finds my profile interesting: What I have valued in relationships is comfort, connection, intimacy, support, a shared life, not to mention sex. Almost by definition, a relationship merges two lives. Yet within this joining, I need to maintain my space, observe clear boundaries, and have alone time. This is where, for me, most of the friction occurs. So clarity will be important, though not always clear. Playfulness, assertiveness, and sensitivity have always been strong points in my emotional and physical relationships with a man. We can't be identical twins (as fascinating as the thought might be). The conflicts between us, both large-scale and in-the-moment, are both definitional and joyful. At least with the right man, in the right way. I'm inclined to move move slowly, yet aggressively. I'm speaking less of calendar time than an internal sense of what's appropriate at each moment. If you're not interested in at least a few words about sex, we're probably not a good match. A few not-so-random thoughts: Sex without cuddling is meaningless, yet cuddling can be great without sex. The only required sexual interests are kissing and cuddling. A well-hung heart is much more important than the organ usually preceded by that adjective.
- Live alone
- Spiritual but not religious
- I'd prefer to share this information with my matches later.
- Light brown
What he's looking for:
- 50 - 70
- Single (never been married)
- Not at all
- Every once in a while
- A few times a week