On The Couch

with Kyle

with Kyle

What was your last dream [or last dream that you can remember] about?
The last dream I remember was about visiting Washington state – skiing with a group of my friends and eating a massive amount of seafood with family.

What sound or noise do you love?
I love the sound of someone laughing hysterically.

What was the last experience that made you a stronger person?
I like to think that every experience I have is one that I learn from and helps make me a stronger, better person. But the last significant experience that comes to mind was counseling and being there for a friend who had a very sick relative.

What turns you on [creatively, spiritually or emotionally]?
Intelligence and comfort level. I love being able to have random, interesting conversations about a broad range of topics and having someone add interesting ideas or a different perspective from mine that adds insight. I also love being comfortable with someone to the point where we can sleep in and spend an afternoon together relaxing reading books, without worrying about entertaining each other – doing our own thing but in the other’s company and having it be more enjoyable because we are together.

What is something you have wanted to do for a long time?
I want to visit South America…Argentina and Chile are at the top of my list of places to visit. Trekking through Patagonia would be incredible. Diving in the Galapagos is right up there too.

What are you grateful for?
Friends and family. I have some truly incredible friends and amazing family and am constantly grateful for them.

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