Naturally then, that goal largely achieved, I now spend a lot more of my attention trying to figure out others. They're a confusing bunch, but mostly I get them, even if I can't always relate. Irrespective the fact they always present me with new questions is a big part of why I'm seeking to be a counsellor - I thrive on variety and being continually fascinated by things. And, sometimes, I can be a softy - so it can be nice to help people once in a while too.
Personality wise I feel like a jack of all trades, and a jester of sorts too. Sometimes life is just a game of experimentation and curiosity to me, me just observing it and rolling the dice, and being intrigued and amused by the results. But then other times I can be incredibly sentimental and deeply feeling, and I have a vulnerable/shy side too. Alternatively I can vary from being a warmly (or mischieviously) playful child, to being... detached and disinterested. And I tend to fully and intensely inhabit these moods, so it's like a movement from one deep rut to another.
Of course in the background I'm usually observing and analysing, so there's always a certain degree of distance between what's happening and me in my own head.
All in all I'd say I'm probably a bit of an... acquired taste.