I am very smart, naturally honest, very nice, reasonably good-looking, quite articulate, and passionate about everything I do. I have great integrity and honor, and there is only one thing in the world more important to me than that. I am very stable, sane and reliable. I am romantic, physically and emotionally very affectionate and like being with people and making new friends. I have even been called overly gregarious. I have a good sense of humor and I know how to laugh even when life gets challenging. I smile easily.
I am very eclectic. I am a bioengineer and executive. I design medical devices to improve and save lives, and manage companies to produce and sell them. My work is also my hobby so when I am doing it I usually feel as if I am just having fun. I was born and raised in Greenwich Village, not to be confused with Greenwich CT. I moved to California in 2012 for business and have since returned to the east coast. I lived in Bologna, Italy for four years and passionately enjoyed it. I am fluent in Italian.
Being physically fit is extremely important to me and I do some form of exercise daily, but I am not a fanatic. I am very egalitarian and socially very progressive. I am actively involved in politics and work to improve our planet and our society for everyone. I like to experience new things and visit new places. Material possessions are not very important to me - profound relationships are.
Learning how to create a lasting, positive relationship takes a great deal of experience and practice. It is something that one perfects over many years and I have had in-depth experience. Ultimately I am looking for a monogamous, complete relationship with someone who can be a best friend, an intellectual partner, a warm and caring lover, and more. For now, I am open.
I am looking for a woman who is a good and caring person - one who is very warm, affectionate, sensual, and real. She should be smart and good-looking. We don't have to agree on everything, but we should have a lot to talk about. “Someone once described the ideal relationship as best friends who can’t keep their hands off each other.” I would like to feel that way once more.
Importantly, I would like to point out that although I am divorced I am very good at having an enduring relationship. My last relationship, with a woman who is now 58, was for almost 30 joyful, emotionally rewarding years (I was totally monogamous). I am looking forward to many more such years.