Aries in relationships have this weird glitch. They can end up in trouble because they don’t need support.
Or so they say. Instead, they stress their superior self-reliance skills and demand a juiced up version of respect. But sycophancy will suffice. They can be so invested into their self-image of invulnerability that they end up isolated.
And then, even the most loving and loyal Aries ends up bereft because they come across rigid or intimacy-phobic.
But really, it’s their psychic hard-wiring. They’re Mars People, go-getting, do-gooder initiators of action. They’d happily risk their lives to save you from an incoming typhoon or the Mafia – anything!
But Aries in relationships thrive off direct mission alerts and joint enterprises. They’re easily the best person to partner up with to work in a start-up environment. If you want love under fire, in a zombie apocalypse or ride-or-die person, go Aries.
But don’t expect depth dialogue about feelings or for them to own up to any scenario where they feel less than optimal. It is un-Aries.
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