Before we begin I'm going to warn you that I did the most ridiculous thing and told the whole truth here. I know, what was I thinking? But hey, I'm a risk taker. So without further ado:
First, why you're here: me.
I find myself accepted everywhere, but always feel out of place. I owe this unfortunate blessing to a very uncommon trait I have: my mind is completely malleable. I can change anything about myself from my actions and habits to my thought process and personality as quickly as I can put on a new outfit. With enough incentive, I can and will be anyone I have to be; I see it as an exercise in discipline and willpower.
At the moment I've settled into a two faced lifestyle of being a logic-obsessed problem solver hidden behind the more socially acceptable 'work hard play harder' type who never turns down adventure.
Regardless of who I am at any given time, I keep myself fit and healthy with a strict regimen of organic food and running.
Spontaneity keeps my life interesting, while class keeps it smooth; and I'd always rather find the better option than compromise.
Hope that wasn't too long, I'm told shorter is better on these types of things.
But secondly, why I'm here: you.
As a 'problem solver' I'm eternally attracted to conflict; and it's become unhealthy for me.
In the past I've taken to relationships with broken women, mostly those emotionally unstable due to whatever number of factors because I have a compulsion to fix their problems. And it's great for a while, I often change lives for the better and I feel good doing it; but it creates a one sided relationship. On top of that little issue I wasn't lying when I said I love everyone I meet; I feel I can emotionally partner with anyone. Given that I instead don't have to look for a spark, I instead have to look for someone who fits best into my life and can help me get better. Which as far as I can tell is someone who deals with their own problems with the same diligence I do, and is willing to work out anything they can't on their own. Put simply all I need in a partner is vigor, careful retrospect, active effort and a loathing of boredom. (liking dance music helps to, I love to dance)
But hey, enough of me pouring my heart out.
I'm taking the long shot route here, telling the world exactly what I'm looking for and hoping she stumbles by.
If you think you'd enjoy keeping pace, give me a shout; I'll try to be what you're looking for.