John F. Kennedy
He is very sensitive, cautious, and shy about showing others his feelings. Though he may love and care for someone a great deal, John F. Kennedy rarely expresses those feelings openly and freely. Very often Kennedy's love for someone will be expressed by trying to help them, doing something tangible to benefit them, or serving them in some way.
It is also difficult for him to receive warmth, affection, or appreciation, for he often feels that he does not really deserve it or that "they do not really mean it". Kennedy can therefore seem rather cool and aloof, much more so than he feels.
A deeply ingrained critical attitude often makes John difficult to live with. John F. Kennedy needs to learn to be gentler and less of a perfectionist with others and with himself.
Kennedy gets a lot of emotional fulfillment through his involvement in groups, clubs, organizations, community activities, or a network of close friends who support and care for him. John F. Kennedy makes friends his family, and he feels a close kinship with people who share some ideals or beliefs that he holds dear. John F. Kennedy needs close relationships with people outside of his physical family.
John 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 Kennedy 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.
He is assertive and confronts difficulties in a direct, no-nonsense sort of way. John F. Kennedy cannot tolerate self-pity or passivity, and he can be rather brusque with others' emotional problems. "Stop crying and do something about it" might be Kennedy's motto.
His relationships have an emotional overtone and John F. Kennedy has a strong desire to share his feelings with others. His circle of friends is likely to be large and John enjoys many pleasant meeting with them.
John F. Kennedy has a positive emotional outlook and cultivating spiritual relationships with others is important to him. He is likely to have a big circle of friends and acquaintances and he loves to give and receive social invitations.
In love relationships, John F. Kennedy is more interested in a person's sense of humor and intelligence than in their physique. John likes a partner who is mentally alive and who keeps him guessing a little bit, and John F. Kennedy becomes restless and bored with someone who never asks questions, never changes or surprises him. Talking, sharing ideas, going places together, and learning new things together is very important to his happiness. John F. Kennedy needs lots of social stimulation, is something of a flirt, and likes to have many friends of both sexes. A possessive, jealous partner is very stifling for Kennedy.
John F. Kennedy craves very intense, deep, emotional relationships, and would even prefer stormy, tumultuous relationships to ones that are smooth but lacking vitality and passion. John loves wholeheartedly and expects all-consuming, total devotion and attention from his partner. Casual, light relationships hold no appeal for Kennedy.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Virgo
Moon in 11th house
Moon Square Venus
Moon Trine Mars
Moon Opposition Mercury/N. Node
Moon Opposition Jupiter/N. Node
Venus in Gemini
Venus in 8th house