Enter Sunagan, 33 years old, passionate about anime, tv series, movies, books, Dungeons and Dragons, tabletop games like Spirit Island and Terraforming Mars, cooking, travelling, classical music and psychology. I obtained a master's degree in clinical health psychology in 2013 and I have been working as a psychologist in a doctor's practice for the past few years. I'm openminded and interested in a lot of different things. I'm someone who likes observing and analyzing. I can also do silly things and laugh my ass off doing them, preferably together with a good friend. I got married three years ago to my husband Omurqi (sweet, intelligent, easy-going, funny) whom I met online on this very website in 2010 and we have been a happy couple ever since. He has landed his dream job of ethical hacker a few years ago. We are living in the Netherlands somewhere in the vicinity of Amsterdam. We do not wish to have children of our own as we are enjoying our careers and our hobbies too much, but we love to be in the lives of our friends' children.
Moving on to my love for anime. I'm someone who needs to have addictions in order to enjoy life; in my case these addictions are storytelling, -reading and watching, shortly, the media that provide me with them; books, tv, music, games and anime. Some series are primarily good because of the plot or the humor, others because of the character chemistry, passing on certain ideas or creating a particular atmosphere. Some series give me the satisfaction of emotional or intellectual challenges, but they are not necessary to enjoy a show. I also have my guilty pleaures of course. I used to be a fairly hopeless anime addict in the past, but work and social life take up the bulk of my time now. The best I can do nowadays is keeping up with airing anime shows that interest me.
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