Taurus woman single


I happened to discover the power of Astrology. It's what lead me directly to the root of his deepest desires and true way of thinking, feeling, and communicating. The discovery of this new knowledge helped me speak his language and talk directly to his core being. That's when everything in my life has changed.

I've been dealing with a Virgo man for, oh..., I guess 15 years. We were in college when first met, and we immediately connected. No surprise: I'm a Taurus. What should also come as no surprise is the fact that I took the initiative in the sex department and managed to totally freak him out. I didn't understand (then) how my sexual confidence could generate this kind of a response from someone who was at least interested enough to ask me out several times. We were off and on for a number of years. He always grew distant after any particularly intense sexual/emotional encounter. It was like he'd pull away as soon as we got comfortable enough to really connect and enjoy one another. In response, I'd become frustrated, demanding, dramatic... In other words, I'd unwittingly drive him away. But he'd always come back after a few months. It was like he couldn't stand to be away from me, but also totally uncomfortable with me. For me, the connection and attraction was overwhelming and impossible to suppress. I was always willing to give it another try. Eventually, though, I made a commitment to another man -- a Pieces with whom I consistently share immense joy and laughter. The decision to abandon the romantic relationship with the Virgo was traumatic, but I was still young and lacking the perspective that comes with age. I had become convinced that the Virgo just wasn't that into me. The Virgo and I remained friends for a couple years, and then one day, while we were working on a project together, he abruptly asked me to leave, to go home. At first, I was incredulous. It was so sudden and (seemingly) unprovoked. When I realized he was serious, I was distraught. He ceased all communication with me for several years. After a few cross-country moves, he reconnected with me via an email that included (only) a picture of me at my wedding. When we moved on to words, there was some initial arguing (over a period of about six months), but we eventually renewed our friendship. He said that he regretted how he had behaved toward me in the past. For several years, I didn't really understand what that meant. Five years ago, we ended up living in opposite corners of the same state. We began visiting each other semi-annually, became friends with one another's partners, deepened our connection. The attraction has deepened as well. I came to realize that pretty much everything in the past that I saw as disinterest, selfishness, or cruelty in the Virgo was actually the result of his fear of his feelings about me and his frustration with my inability to understand and respect them. When I developed the self-esteem to see myself as a worthwhile human being, I was able to stop ignoring the obvious fact that this isn't a case of unrequited infatuation. As my self-confidence has grown, so has my confidence in the Virgo and in my relationship with him -- and this has clearly led to him being increasingly playful with me. This is all very frustrating, of course, but it is also something wonderful. In some ways, we're at an impasse because neither one of us is interested in dissolving our existing partnerships with others. In other ways, though, our love for one another brings us tremendous pleasure and comfort. What's really amazing is how our partners respect for this thing between us and how we respect each other's partners' roles in our lives. And this is probably the most certain indication of the depth of the love and commitment present. This is all to say, patience and self-confidence are a must when dealing with Virgo men. Showing them your trust and confidence in them (in spite of their skittishness and emotional reserve) is key in getting them to feel loved. Don't give up prematurely on Virgo men. There a lot going on there that they don't share -- often because they don't know how. The saying "still waters run deep" couldn't be more true about Virgo men.


Taurus woman single

Taurus woman single



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