I like to challenge myself to learn and grow: I've been to over ten countries, a simple but profound way to step outside one's comfort zone. I majored in a scientific field for the very reason that I wanted to challenge myself.
I'm pragmatic: I also majored in biotechnology because I knew it would be a stable, growing field. Then got an MBA so I could become an entrepreneur with a foundation and understanding of business principles.
But why are we here? We're here to find love, I think. Is it possible with online dating? I've been in love before bit recently it seems more elusive. Even connecting beyond 2 or 3 messages seems elusive these days. I wonder why that is? Any suggestions you may have would be appreciated.
Meyer's Brigg's, INTJ.
Deal-breakers: Any of the following: 1) you can't or won't have a conversation on the telephone as a way to get to know a person, 2) you have ever "ghosted" someone on-line. I believe if you've ghosted once, you'll ghost again. Have the courage, maturity, and consideration to say goodbye, don't just disappear into cyberspace. If you lack that courage and consideration, then you're not someone I want to get to know or introduce to my family. 3) if a sentence or a phrase in an email or text instantly makes you ghost a person you've been having a long conversation with. Email and text communication is very prone to ambiguity (you can't see or hear the person or see facial expressions). If after a long conversation in which we're sharing the many similarities we have in common, you decide to ghost because of a single sentence (or something), just move on and leave me alone - I'm looking for an emotionally mature woman.