Warm, loving and generous in his relationships, Jean Piaget inspires tremendous devotion and loyalty in his loved ones. This is good, since he would never settle for anything less! Jean wants to be adored and worshipped like the royalty he feels he is, and it is difficult for anyone to resist the warmth and attention Piaget lavishes on those he cares about. Jean Piaget has a great deal of pride and needs to be recognized and appreciated. The way to really hurt his feelings is to ignore him. He is genuine, sincere, and has a strong sense of personal integrity. Jean Piaget hates emotional games and dishonesty.
Jean Piaget often makes decisions solely for emotional or personal reasons, because something "feels right" or because he has always done it a certain way and he is uncomfortable changing it. Even when Piaget thinks he is being rational, his prejudices, intuitions, and feelings influence his thoughts a great deal. Jean is comfortable talking about feelings and personal subjects, and sharing confidences, which enables others to express their own inner feelings with him as well. Jean Piaget has good psychological insight into others.
He is tolerant and forgiving and always ready to overlook mistakes and give others a second chance. Jean Piaget expects, and draws out, the best from people and he enjoys making others comfortable and happy. Because of his emotional generosity, his life is rich with friends, and often financial blessings as well.
There is another side to Jean Piaget as well, a rather introverted, self-contained, even pessimistic side which tempers his good cheer and generosity, as discussed below.
Jean Piaget often feels that he must do something or be something other than what he is in order to receive approval and acceptance from others. He is very sensitive to criticism and easily feels left out or neglected, and though he may appear cool or distant, Piaget actually cares very much about being included. Because he is so sensitive, it may seem easier for Jean Piaget to withdraw into a shell rather than risk the emotional bumps and bruises he may endure once he lets others really know him in an intimate, personal way. His reserve and caution make establishing close emotional relationships with others difficult, and Jean Piaget becomes very attached to the few people he considers "real friends". Piaget can gain inner security and strength through periods of solitude if he views them as times to nourish himself and develop his own interests, rather than as times of loneliness.
Jean has very deep feelings and profound attachments to people he cares about. His relationships to his mother, sisters, daughters, and other females in his life are apt to be incredibly close and intense. Jean Piaget may be easily manipulated too, when it comes to one of these important relationships, because he is so emotionally invested in it.
Warmhearted and generous in love relationships, Jean Piaget cannot tolerate pettiness or stinginess in his partner. Jean wants a hero to idolize and adore, someone to wholeheartedly admire and be proud of. Jean Piaget is tremendously loyal and devoted once he gives his heart to someone.
Jean Piaget craves love, appreciation and attention from others and hates to be ignored. He is rather susceptible to flattery and loves to feel special. Piaget enjoys a touch of drama and color in his love relationships and he is impressed by grand romantic gestures or extravagant expressions of generosity.
A warm, loving, and comfortable home is very important to Jean Piaget and he invests a lot of his energy into beautifying, decorating, and creating a lovely home. Also, Jean shares his affection with the people in his family very generously and having close family relationships is a major priority for him. Being at home makes Piaget happy.
He is kindhearted and generous with both his money and his affections, and he is not happy if he has to budget or restrict himself in any way. Pettiness or stinginess is foreign to Jean's nature and Jean Piaget feels most comfortable in an elegant, beautiful atmosphere. Asceticism is not for Piaget. Gracious and charitable, he enjoys sponsoring social events or cultural activities. Jean Piaget has an optimistic, friendly attitude towards others and tends to bring out the finer side of people. He is likely to fall in love with someone who is successful, noble and idealistic.
He is intensely amorous and attractive to the opposite sex, and is not inclined to friendly platonic relationships. There is a great deal of tension in his love relationships - often because Jean Piaget puts his desires ahead of his partner's, and is impatient to have his love needs satisfied. The whole arena of love relationships, romance and sex is endlessly fascinating to Jean Piaget and he is not happy without a love partner. Piaget can "burn himself out" by pouring so much of his energy into romance.
His love feelings are easily aroused and his romantic relationships begin with a sudden electric attraction, but they often end abruptly, and Piaget may be in and out of love relationships - especially in his younger years. Jean Piaget craves emotional excitement and needs to feel spontaneous and free, so he may avoid making firm personal commitments. Unusual or nontraditional forms of love and relationships appeal to Piaget, and he is attracted to unique, creative or unstable people.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Leo
Moon in 3rd house
Moon Conjunct Jupiter
Moon aspects Jupiter and Saturn
Moon Square Saturn
Moon Sextile Pluto
Venus in Leo
Venus in 4th house
Venus Conjunct Jupiter
Venus Square Mars
Venus Square Uranus