"Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else." ~ demotivational poster
I pour my identity into my hobbies and interests, from things as shallow as watching reality television, to writing my own story about struggle and human connection. I always come out a bit different, and I hope, better. It's like a conversation with yourself. The right story can bring out your thoughts on politics, philosophy, values, ethics, relationships, and the list goes on. Sharing interests with another person is, in my mind, one of the most intimate things you can do. It's a way to show someone who you are rather than telling them. (writers will appreciate that one)
I am an introvert that loves people. I crave intimate human connection beyond someone's opinion of the weather. As interesting as cloud formations can be, It is through connecting with and understanding other people that I feel I am best able to connect with and be true to myself. None of that might sound very introverted, but it is output with which I struggle. At Least I'll never be described as clingy.
I don't want you getting the wrong idea of me, though. All this writing paints the picture of a pretty intense person, but the truth is I'm pretty chill. I'm not going to ask you to pour your guts straight out into me, Though I'll listen if you want. I have a healthy respect for boundaries and privacy. I'd like someone of similar mind in that area. I'm not going to judge you. I think love should be unconditional, and given freely to everyone.
I'm poly, but not exclusively. I think Relationships should be about the people involved, not a one size fits all solution. I'm interested in guys, girls, and anything in between, as long as you can hold a conversation about something meaningful to yourself.
If you find my profile lacking, check the questions, I expand on a lot of them.
INFP <-- ask, please. I like introducing people to MBTI.