Franklin D. Roosevelt
Franklin D. Roosevelt responds very strongly to the emotional tone and atmosphere around him, and can be dominated by his fluctuating and unpredictable moods. Roosevelt often appears irrational to others because he cannot always explain the reason or source of his feelings. Anyone who lives with Franklin D. Roosevelt must accept his ups and downs and appreciate Franklin's need for times of withdrawal.
Franklin D. Roosevelt is also very sympathetic and understands the unspoken feelings and needs of others. Franklin D. Roosevelt takes slights and rebuffs very personally and though he may forgive a transgression by a friend or loved one, he never forgets it.
Roosevelt works well with the public and has an instinct for what the public wants and will respond to. Having a "nest" is not especially important to Franklin, and he may invest more of his emotional energy into his career or public life than in his private life. Providing and caring for others, in a professional capacity is very likely.
There is a side to Franklin D. Roosevelt which loves comfort and the easy life, and unless other factors in his chart indicate strong drive and ambition, Roosevelt can be lazy and overly permissive with himself. He enjoys being taken care of and pampered, and self-indulgence is always a temptation for Roosevelt. If Franklin's parents made the unfortunate mistake of indulging him too much as a child, this may be a very hard habit to break. Franklin D. Roosevelt can be so soft and affectionate that it is hard to say no to him. Eating too many sweets is a vice Franklin is particularly prone to.
He is dedicated to the people he cares about and conscientious about meeting his responsibilities, especially to family. Family solidarity and cohesiveness are very important to Franklin D. Roosevelt and so, therefore, are the traditions, rituals, and memories that keep the bonds strong.
Franklin D. Roosevelt is apt to do more than his fair share in the family, to go the extra mile, but for the most part this is satisfying rather than burdensome to him.
Franklin D. Roosevelt has a strong desire for genuine understanding with others and finds it easy to share his feelings with them. His feelings toward others are very loving and Franklin is likely to have a lot in common with many of his friends.
He is open and unconventional in his attitude towards love relationships, romance, and sex. He enjoys socializing, bringing people together, and having many friends of both sexes. Franklin D. Roosevelt values friendship very highly and is, in fact, more comfortable being a friend than a lover. Franklin desires an intellectual rapport or spiritual bond with his love partner, but deep intimacy and emotional bonding do not come easily to him. The roles of "husband" and "wife" in the traditional sense do not appeal to Roosevelt, and he abhors jealousy and possessiveness since he feels that no person truly "belongs" to another. Franklin D. Roosevelt appreciates relationships where his love partner allows him plenty of freedom and is not very emotionally demanding.
Franklin D. Roosevelt loves romance and wishes that the honeymoon phase of his love relationships would last forever! Roosevelt needs dramatic romantic gestures and displays of affection from his partner, and he wants to feel very, very special, like a royalty, to his beloved. Franklin D. Roosevelt also has an artistic flair and he enjoys creating art or beauty in some form.
He is serious and finds it difficult to enjoy himself in a lighthearted, open and playful way with others. Franklin D. Roosevelt rarely does something purely for pleasure, and can be very close-fisted and parsimonious. Perhaps due to painful separations in his early life, Franklin is very cautious about becoming involved in close relationships and sharing his feelings. Though Roosevelt craves love and affection, intimacy is difficult for him. He may become romantically involved with people who do not value him or treat him well. Franklin D. Roosevelt needs to learn to love and value himself before he will find happiness in love.
His erotic nature is strong and Franklin D. Roosevelt is likely to have a lot of romantic relationships. Very unconventional, he may have many unorthodox contacts. Franklin has much zest for life, likes his freedom and finds it difficult to settle down.
He is quickly aroused and likes to play with fire. A bit of a Don Juan, Franklin D. Roosevelt seeks adventures in love relationships, but tends to be somewhat promiscuous. Roosevelt tends to lead a modern way of life; his style of clothes as well as general life style.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Cancer
Moon in 10th house
Moon Quincunx Venus
Moon Sextile Saturn
Moon Opposition Venus/N. Node
Venus in Aquarius
Venus in 5th house
Venus Square Saturn
Venus Opposition Mars/Uranus
Venus Opposition Uranus/MC