With Saturn in Libra, people are getting very serious about solving their relationship problems so I am getting called. Besides spending my life obsessed with getting the boy, I have made a study of human interaction and while this may come off as a rant, it is meant to help because many are stumbling around out there with no idea where to start.
Here’s where to start: WHAT DO YOU WANT?
I am forever talking to women who are let down and disappointed in some poor bastard that never had a chance. He didn’t have a chance on guessing what the world might have pleased the woman because guess what – she has no idea herself.
- She says she wants one thing when she wants something else.
- She says it’s okay for him to go or to do or say and and when he takes her at a word, she brings the house down.
- She says she wants him to lead but she micromanages his every breath.
I could go on and on and on and on but ask yourself, do you like this woman? What would you do if you were the man? Stand her as long as you could (to get laid) and then get out? That’s what I’d do.
It’s very simple. You cannot expect someone to figure you out. YOU have to figure you out. THEY have other things to do. Like go to work for example. Like figure themselves out. Like walk their dog or drink a beer or go shopping for your ring or whatever the hell else they want to do.
If you won’t spend your time and your energy figuring out what you want, what in the world makes you think someone else should spend their time figuring you out? If it is not worth your time, it is obviously not going to be worth theirs.
The fact is, your inconsistency is making you miserable, not interesting. If you’re miserable you’re likely to make his life miserable and if you do this the ultimate result is predictable. He’s out of there, we just don’t know when.
Job one with Saturn in Libra is to define what you want. Also, if you tell someone who you are, what you like, etc., make sure it matches reality. Otherwise the man will give you what you said you wanted that you actually don’t want and if he does that, it will be your fault regardless if he is blamed.
Worse, if you don’t figure this out, it is repeat, repeat, repeat into oblivion.
Do you know what you want from a partner? Does your walk (as a partner) match your talk or are you peddlin’ veneer?