Hi - I'm Nate. Welcome to my profile. Can I get you a drink while you are here?
What follows is you getting to see all the cards I have in my deck:
I am a genuine and real person overall. I am romantic, thoughtful, caring, kind, compassionate, empathetic - qualities that men are not generally taught to have. I even ask for directions if I'm lost, and I'll talk about my feelings freely. This is who I am looking for in a person: Women who are nice by nature, have good personalities - kind, empathetic, thoughtful, intelligent, articulate, stable, witty, funny and honest - I am attracted to them. I do still physically have to be attracted to someone but that comes into play behind personality, sense of humor, and intelligence.
I am trying to get a book published of my common-sense philosophy.
Out there, I know there are women who are real, genuine, and who can appreciate this reflection of mine for what it is:
"It’s not like I am in a rush to get married – not yet at least – it’s when I see my friends in romantic relationships where two people genuinely care about each other, not relationships that are failing/dysfunctional – I just want something real, with someone genuine – because when I see two people together who obviously share a deep, mutual affection, I feel a certain, sharp pang in my heart. I know it’s not jealousy, not really, but an awareness that my life isn’t fully complete without someone to share it with, and sometimes it hurts."
Here's another one from one of my favorite movies "Safety Not Guaranteed":
"To go it alone or to go with a partner? When you choose a partner you have to have compromises and sacrifices, but it's a price you pay. Do I want to follow my every whim and desire as I make my way through time and space, absolutely. But at the end of the day do I need someone when I'm doubting myself and I'm insecure and my heart's failing me? Do I need someone who, when the heat gets hot, has my back?...I do." -Kenneth, "Safety Not Guaranteed"
Please only contact me if you understand a relationship has:
- little to do with an end of space, freedom and individuality, re-engineering the other the way you want, being demanding.
- but a lot to do with love, encouraging, respecting, caring, accepting, giving, sharing, helping, trust, intimacy, projects and even feeling comfortable with routine and silences.