(this is her dominant personality type)
(she also shows elements of this type)
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:
- People should behave in ways that are morally correct
- I have a wide range of interests
- I enjoy competitive conversations
Her 13 interests
in her own words...
Now, you may have noticed that in the pool is an adverbial prepositional phrase. It is telling us where the swimming happened. But, nouns can only be modified with adjectives, right? Well, remember how we talked about a gerund being a verb form acting as a noun? Even though it's an official noun, it still carries some of the attributes of a verb. The verb part allows it to take adverbial modifiers just like any other verb- even though it's acting as a noun. (By the way, it can still take adjectival modifiers - just like other nouns.) They can even take complements (like direct objects), just like verbs can. And, this one is kind of strange, they can sort of take subjects. Only the subjects will never be in the subject case (he, she, I). They will always be possessive (his, her, my).
- Live alone
- Not Religious
- Single (never been married)
- I'd prefer to share this information with my matches later.
What she's looking for:
- 24 - 38
- Every once in a while
- Some college
- Associates / Technical degree
- Bachelors degree
- Graduate or professional degree
- PhD / Post Doctoral