Avery writes on Part 9- Conclusion:
“I’ve been reading your archives lately and you’ve stated a few times that marriage makes you miserable. Do you think it could work this time?
Sorry if this is none of my business, but I’m curious to find out how you plan to work it!”
Avery – that’s a good question. I can be married, I just can’t be bored. And I just can’t be civil every minute of the day either. Sometimes I just have to fight and if I am deprived of this, I am going to be miserable.
It’s the Mars thing. I have to use that Mars or I am in deep trouble. So put me with a man who doesn’t have a problem if I swing a motorcycle helmet at him and I am in like Flynn. Put me with a man who doesn’t cower or go running to his mother because my voice is loud and I called him a prick and I am going to be very, very happy.
While you’re at it, put me with a man who will annihilate anyone who tries to prevent me from having the freedom to do whatever I want, when I want, the way I want and I am going to be pretty smug.
On top of that give me a man who has the courage and integrity to stand up for what he believes in (whether I agree with him or not), and stand against whatever this world might present as a challenge and I am going to be excessively happy and I could go on, but you get the idea.
Though I could marry anyone, there is probably just one man on this entire planet I could be happily married to and this is him. I want a freak, don’t you think? Someone provocative? But beyond that I have got to have some hard core SF guy because who is going to be about to deal with me and the reality of my life? He’s in a similar situation so the universe puts us together and I’ve got nothing to say except it’s about time.
For a 7th house Uranus (and other freedom loving commitment-phobics take note) this goes a long way:
“You’re boring me.”
“Why don’t you go bootle some, P. I’m going to lay.”
“Okay, see you later.”
Anyone else have insight or ideas how commitment-phobic types might make something work?