Elisabeth Moss is "too good" at being alone.
The 'Truth' actress - who has been single since splitting from cinematographer Adam Arkapaw two years ago - doesn't "need" a relationship but would like to find love again at some point.
She said: "I almost feel like I've gotten too good at being on my own.
"I think that you get to a place where you don't really need a relationship. And I do think that is a good thing - it shouldn't be something you need.
"But, of course, I don't want to be alone my whole life."
Elisabeth was previously married to Fred Armisen for less than a year but the experience hasn't put her off tying the knot again, though it did teach her more about what a marriage should be.
She said: "I'm still totally a romantic. And it definitely hasn't changed my idea of what a marriage should be.
"But one of the biggest lessons I learned is that marriage itself is not the be all and end all.
"An honest, trusting, compatible relationship is actually the most important thing.
"I think before I was married I thought marriage meant you would have that. I now understand they are two separate things."
And the 33-year-old star thinks her past experience has made her a better partner.
She added to Red magazine: "I'm happy I learned that. And that I got it out of the way.
"I don't have any regrets and I feel I'm in more of a position to be a good partner to somebody than I ever was, because I know exactly who I am now."