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What's Your Experience Dating Virgo?

Elsa
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What's  it like to date a Virgo? I only dated one in my life... and married him, briefly. He was thoroughly interesting. I'll elaborate as soon as I've got a keyboard. But what about you?

 

 

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BellaDonna
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My realest love/best relationship yet... we're still close but distance/burdens kept us apart (Venus opp Saturn composite)... 

dated another that was an artist with Leo Moon Cap ASC, he was very helpful and in charge... I liked that but he was soso as a boyfriend... subtly narcissistic with major intimacy issues, aging Bachelor incapable of commitment. He had a stellium in Libra which was nice to mine in Aries... we had a great social lifestyle together, but nothing deep. 

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Elsa
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@belladonna very interesting.

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BellaDonna
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@elsa yes I'm Taurus Sun in 6th

and my Virgo love has his Sun in 2nd, haha Smile

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I dated a Virgo with Sun/Pluto exactly conjunct trine my Sun/Venus/Mars and sextile our Neptune. He was a musician. Quietly intense.... living the poor artist life, married to his dream career. 

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Draco
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Virgo is the absolute worst sign in relationships!

They are not called "The Virgin" for nothing. Virgo is the sign that brings Venus to its Fall. In ancient astrology, Mercury was labeled as "neutral", neither masculine nor feminine. Indeed, Virgo has an aura of asexuality about them.

My favorite examples of *extremely Virgoan* personalities are Michael Jackson and Pee Wee Herman. Imagine dating those guys, lol! Virgo men are basically bachelors for life.

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AmyJ
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My ex boyfriend. He was like a child. At first it was so sweet, but then it became difficult to be partners. I felt like I was his mother. Not my type of relationship. I am cancer

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My ex is a Virgo. Smart. Technical. Handy. Insanely talented due to hours perfecting his crafts. Loyal. Grounding, get it done energy. He could also be really silly and fun. Low libido. Sex and affection could be described as "neat". "Could be a good Dad" type of energy. Hippie type that hardly cared about his appearance which bothered all of my Cancer placements and Libra rising that values a bit of beauty and a penchant for aesthetic. And his Scorpio Moon was so compartmentalized.

Still, there were moments I loved him dearly with a burning passion.

Like when we jammed together and he came up with this beautiful bass line that touched my soul and made my heart dance.

Or when we rode on the back of his motorcycle, feeling free and in love.

The good moments were really good. The bad moments were emotional (for me) and sucked.

The emotional connectivity was a bit blocked. I was tired of the analytics and logic and wanted to see the heart of him.

The relationship started weirdly and ended weirdly though. And then afterwards was even weirder. He would ask me for advice about his current partner which upset me at first. Not because I was jealous, but because we had just broken up recently and it felt like he moved on so quickly which reaffirmed my insecurity I had the whole time: that he didn't care about me.

I asked him why was he coming to me for advice, was he trying to be vindictive and he replied, "because you're the most emotionally mature person I know."

He stopped asking for advice.

I'll be honest and say that he was the first person I feel I ever truly loved that deeply and if it was meant to be, we probably would have gotten married.

We're cool now though and I still cheer him on. He said I helped him care about himself more and he's a lot more open now which is good. He's a good guy. I wish him the best.

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