:laughing:That's enough indulgence of narcissism for today, lest I find myself admiring myself in mirrors. More than I already do, I mean.
In all seriousness that's an admirable goal and I've always shared it. It never ceases to amaze me how often people seem uninspired by the idea... what's not to like!... basically a standard for personal self-improvement for me is to be(come) the kind of person that I would love to date.
@Lad beat me to it, again. ;-)For me, It would probably be great in the short term, but doomed in the long. I think you always want someone that's similar enough to connect with, but different enough that they can both challenge and introduce you to new things. Sometimes it can be a great feeling to think "hey, I never thought of it that way before."
Assuming they were a completely different person but exactly the same in the way that they viewed/perceived the world, shared the same interests/passions, values, sense for adventure, search for knowledge while having the same type of standards/traits as a person and of people?Speaking personalitywise. So imagine yourself in the kind of body that you would find attractive (enough).
Would you want to date yourself? Why?