I'm the editor for a small independent comic publisher, Caffeine Angel Studios. I letter and edit the comics for print. I also handle the business side of the studio.
My background is in art history, so I'm very analytical when it comes to art. I can't draw (okay, technically I can draw and even went so far as to make a few of my own comics way back when, but it's been years since I did anything of the sort and I wasn't very good at it to begin with), but I can critique like you wouldn't believe. If I feel a piece is good, I'll say so, but I'm equally forthcoming about a piece's flaws. It's nothing personal, and at least people can count on me to be specific about what I feel is lacking. It makes me an ambitious editor, and an infrequent creator... I'm usually either too busy or too self-critical to finish my projects.
This whole soulmates concept is actually pretty limited. There's merit to the idea that people can fit together and complete each other, but rather than being like two halves of broken pottery, I see human hearts as being more like Legos. They're infinitely connectable, and together are capable of building great things. A Lego by itself hasn't got much meaning in life, but connect it to its fellows and suddenly you're limited only by your imagination. That's the glory and the purpose in being human… connecting with each other, and by doing so becoming something greater than we ever could be alone.