Tenderhearted and sympathetic to an unusual degree, Marie Curie has an understanding of other people's feelings and needs which borders on telepathy. Marie Curie is extremely compassionate and cannot bear to see any fellow creature - human or animal - suffer. Because of her kindness and nonjudgmental attitude, people suffering from pain or confusion are drawn to Curie for help, which she readily gives. Sometimes Curie's soft-heartedness is taken advantage of.
She is a gentle, poetic soul and has a great love and affinity for music. Because many of her feelings are vague and she cannot easily verbalize how she experiences life, music seems a natural language for Curie. She is also extremely romantic and often "in love with love".
She is likely to be a great collector of things - a real pack rat in fact - for her belongings give Marie Curie a sense of security and continuity with the past, which is important to her. Antiques or things with sentimental value from Marie's past are especially dear to her.
Marie Curie may also cling rather tightly to money and possessions, keeping them "in the family" rather than sharing freely with those outside of her immediate circle.
She is uninhibited and spontaneous and will often do something unexpected or humorous in order to loosen people up and get them out of their rut. Marie Curie craves emotional stimulation, excitement, surprises and anything new. Curie also loves to feel free and unfettered.
Marie has very deep feelings and profound attachments to people she cares about. Her relationships to her mother, sisters, daughters, and other females in her life are apt to be incredibly close and intense. Marie Curie may be easily manipulated too, when it comes to one of these important relationships, because she is so emotionally invested in it.
Marie Curie seems to have a quick temper, is somewhat irritable and tends to get upset easily. Marie Curie may also have frequent changes of mood; in fact, her feelings could change from one minute to the next. She also tends to act without sufficient deliberation.
In love relationships, Marie Curie desires a deep, intense and passionate union with her beloved and forms very strong emotional bonds and attachments. Marie "marries" the person she loves at a very deep emotional level, and is often extremely possessive and jealous of anyone who may pose a threat to that union. Curie can be very demanding of her love partner. Marie Curie tends to be somewhat suspicious of her partner's relationships, even if they are merely platonic. If she is ever betrayed, Marie Curie is capable of hating with as much force and intensity as she once loved. She is attracted to people who have an aura of mystery about them.
Promoting beauty, the arts, or entertainment can make Marie Curie very happy. Marie wants to contribute something positive and loving to the world at large and she wants to be recognized for her beauty, artistic gifts, or loving generosity. Marie Curie may "marry" her work - that is, being more involved in her career than in her private life. Curie is a natural host or diplomat.
Marie Curie is extremely amorous and it is difficult for her to go without romantic relationships for very long. When she is attracted to someone, Marie Curie pursues her very ardently and sometimes comes on too strong. Being engaged in creative or artistic work can also satisfy her very strong desire for love and beauty.
Marie Curie shares whatever she has freely and her friends know they can always count on Marie's generosity and support - both emotional and material. Her good-hearted acceptance and tolerance of others' foibles goes a long way toward maintaining harmony in her relationships. Marie Curie also has a lazy streak and sometimes avoids confronting difficult issues in relationships simply because it seems like too much trouble and too petty. Marie likes to socialize and will use any excuse to celebrate with friends. She cannot tolerate being overly restricted by her love partner, and encourages her partner's freedom as well.
Marie's pleasure-loving nature and her emotional and material generosity discussed above are counterbalanced by a certain caution or restraint in expressing her affection, and by a fear of heartache. At times Marie Curie is likely to be the jovial, friendly, rather extravagant person mentioned previously, but at other times she is far more contained as described here. Because she is upbeat and fun-loving, people probably do not suspect how sensitive Curie is to being left out or unappreciated.
Intimacy does not come easily to Marie Curie and she may appear cold or unfeeling to others due to her emotional reserve and caution. Perhaps due to painful relationships and separations in her early life, Curie does not trust others very easily and it takes a long time to break down all of her barriers and defenses. She may feel that she has few friends or people that really care about her. Marie Curie needs to learn to value and love herself more and to express her appreciation for others more openly.
Marie Curie has a good understanding of her own needs but also is genuinely interested in other people. Others are attracted to Curie because of her gentle, kind and friendly manner and she may feel especially drawn to young people.
She is inclined to do everything with love and may even be in love with her profession. At times Marie Curie is apt to consider her work as a substitute for a partner, but she could also show some narcissistic tendencies.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Pisces
Moon in 2nd house
Moon Trine Uranus
Moon Sextile Pluto
Moon Opposition Uranus/MC
Venus in Scorpio
Venus in 10th house
Venus Conjunct Mars
Venus Square Jupiter
Venus aspects Jupiter and Saturn
Venus Conjunct Saturn
Venus Conjunct Sun/Mercury
Venus Conjunct Mars/MC