His desire for harmonious relationships and surroundings is so strong that he avoids personal confrontation or any expression of intense, unpleasant emotions. George Bush is an idealist who would like to paint the world in pastel colors, and live in peace and harmony with others at all times. He is able to see points of similarity and unity with people who are vastly different from him, and befriend many different types of people. He is a considerate and thoughtful friend, and has a real flair for making others feel accepted and appreciated. Inwardly, George Bush is often torn with indecision and is much more at odds with himself than others would ever guess based on his flawless disposition.
He is likely to be a great collector of things - a real pack rat in fact - for his belongings give George Bush a sense of security and continuity with the past, which is important to him. Antiques or things with sentimental value from George's past are especially dear to him.
George Bush may also cling rather tightly to money and possessions, keeping them "in the family" rather than sharing freely with those outside of his immediate circle.
George has conflicting emotional desires and needs which complicate his personal life and relationships. He may feel that he cannot depend on his love partner to take care of him or perhaps Bush cannot decide what he really wants in love relationships: a parent or a lover. If his needs for emotional sustenance and love are not satisfied, overeating (especially sweets) can become a problem.
Generally sunny and optimistic, George Bush has a cheering effect on those around him. George likes and needs people, and others genuinely like him too. He enjoys a wide circle of friends who are like family to him. Entertaining, partying, social activities, and fellowship are essential ingredients for his emotional well-being.
George Bush tends to surround himself with people who are gentle, sensitive, peace-loving, and artistically or spiritually inclined, and there is a strong element of mutual compassion and sympathy in his personal relationships. It is easy for George to tune in psychically to other people's feelings and emotional worlds. George Bush may share this type of telepathic link with his mother, sisters, or female friends in particular.
His emotional excitability is very strong and Bush tends to be high-strung and impatient. George Bush knows what he wants to accomplish, he forges ahead and brooks no interference. Domineering and forceful, it is not easy for George Bush to back down gracefully when he is confronted.
Sensitive and sentimental, George Bush is deeply attached to his family, old friends, familiar places and the past. He is romantic and tender in love relationships, and it is of utmost importance to Bush to remember birthdays, anniversaries, family rituals and other personally significant days. George Bush seeks caring, emotional support, and security in his love relationships. George likes to be needed, as well as to cherish and protect his loved ones, of whom he is somewhat possessive.
Bush is a very sociable, congenial person and he wilts very quickly without relationships with good friends and people to share good times with. George Bush thoroughly enjoys working with others on group projects or community activities. He is quite happy when he is a part of a club, support group, or team of some sort.
He is open and progressive in his attitude towards love relationships and romance, and spontaneous and free in the way he expresses his love. George Bush is always willing to experiment and try anything new that his partner suggests, and he enjoys being surprised. A relationship in which both George and his partner have a good deal of freedom and independence will hold Bush's interest much more than a safe, predictable one.
George has deep, compelling love feelings that seem irresistible and often irrational. His love relationships are very passionate and intense, and Bush experiences both agony and ecstasy in love. George Bush is always profoundly changed by his love experiences, though this change may stem from painful and difficult confrontations or separations. He is somewhat emotionally fanatic about things he cares about.
George tries to understand others completely and has the ability to feel their joy with them and also to suffer with them. When George Bush loves someone, he loves with his whole heart and is inclined to reveal his most inner and private feelings.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Libra
Moon in 2nd house
Moon Square Venus
Moon Sextile Jupiter
Moon Sextile Neptune
Moon Opposition Mars/MC
Venus in Cancer
Venus in 11th house
Venus Trine Uranus
Venus Conjunct Pluto
Venus Conjunct N. Node/MC