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Do people who are artistically talented, tend to seek out relationships with other artistic people?
Does a creative person feel that they have more in common, with another creative person?
Does an artist feel they'd be better understood, or their talents more appreciated by another artist?
Artistic people: Do you intentionally seek out other artistic/creative people?
Have you had relationships with artistic and/or non-artisic people?
and did you notice a difference in compatability between the two?Non-artistic people: Have you had any experiences with dating, or relationships, with artistic people? I think that is a good question because I find that non-artist do not appreciate the things that I do. Having probably had a varying number of both I'd have to say that while the artistic minded girls that I've dated seemed to have a 'view' of the universe that is similar to my own and could 'get me' better, it isn't ALWAYS that way.I think artistic people help challenge other artistic people to do better work. I also found that those without any creativity don't seem to have the imagination to be as interesting as I'd like.Of course, this isn't ALWAYS true either, but generally speaking that's been my experience.I don't want to say non artistic people are boring to me, but creative girls with imagination seem to have more spark and cosmic awareness than those without.Those seem to hold a very black and white view of the world and get 'set in their ways' very early on in life and its very difficult to get them to expand their worldview and experience new and different ways of thinking.