Marilyn Bell has frequent emotional outbursts due to her fiery temper and emotional impulsiveness. Bell expresses herself very directly and honestly and no one has to guess what her true feelings are. However, Marilyn Bell dislikes showing any personal weakness or her need for support, comfort and nurturing. She is often impatient with herself and others. Marilyn abhors emotional dependency and dislikes "complainers".
Marilyn Bell inspires others to take positive action in their lives through her own enthusiasm and eagerness to meet life's challenges, and she is attracted to people who are adventurous, courageous and independent. Marilyn is rather bossy but does not like to be with people that she can boss around too much. She enjoys a good fight sometimes. Relationships that are built on mutual respect and emotional freedom are ideal for Bell.
Marilyn Bell becomes very cross if she lacks vigorous physical activity. Bell feels her best if she frequently "does battle" on the tennis or racquetball court (or engages in another form of competitive sport).
Bell depends a great deal upon other people for emotional support and she has a large "family" of friends that care about her and treat her as kin. The women in Marilyn's life are particularly important to her, and her relationships with them powerfully influence her sense of security and happiness. Marilyn Bell may be overly dependent and unsure of herself without a close partner.
Marilyn Bell has a buoyant, cheerful disposition and she reaches out to others in a warm, open and friendly way. Her emotional generosity and lack of pettiness is well known among her circle of friends, and people often seek Marilyn out for help, sympathy or advice. Marilyn Bell is always willing to overlook others' faults, and she sometimes overdoes her charitableness.
Highly sensitive and rather easily taken in, Marilyn Bell needs to beware of deceiving herself and allowing others to take advantage of her impressionability or gentleness. Daydreaming, fantasizing, or other forms of imaginative, escapist behavior (such as watching television excessively or living her life through romance novels) could be something of an addiction for Bell. Marilyn Bell tends to confuse images with reality and needs to learn to be more circumspect and discriminating. Disappointments through women and in close relationships may occur if Bell does not.
Marilyn Bell has a great interest in everything and everyone around her and is constantly looking for people with whom she can establish deep inner relationships. Her judgments are based on her personal feelings and she has a strong need to be with others.
Marilyn Bell has a cheerful temperament and a harmonious disposition. Because of her easy personality, Bell gets along easily with others. Home and family relationships are precious to Marilyn and her home is likely to be large and lavish.
She is quietly devoted and faithful to her loved ones and often becomes subservient to her love partner. Marilyn Bell is more comfortable showing her love by doing or making something for her loved one, or simply being there for her, rather than by making any romantic, soul-stirring declarations. She is timid about expressing too much sentiment or emotion. Marilyn Bell also underestimates her attractiveness and lovability and doubts her own worthiness of love and appreciation.
Marilyn Bell often hides her affection, or finds her feelings difficult to express or get across to the person she loves. Being openly affectionate and trusting often does not seem safe to Marilyn. She may feel her love will not be appreciated or reciprocated. Marilyn Bell may get involved in secret love relationships or fall in love with a person who is quite unavailable to her. Love and sacrifice often seem to go hand in hand for Marilyn Bell - having to give something up to be with the one she loves, or having to relinquish some person or some aspect of an important love relationship.
Feelings of loneliness, extreme shyness and/or the fear of rejection plague Marilyn Bell and may well inhibit her from expressing warmth and affection in an open way. Denying herself pleasure, comfort, and "nice things" due to feelings of unworthiness can also limit the joy Marilyn allows herself. Heartache and a loss of love in her life - perhaps while quite young - will serve to either close her heart to love or cause her to deeply cherish the friends and love she receives from others. The saying that "true love is hard to find" is certainly true for Marilyn Bell, but she will value it tremendously when it does come into her life.
The feeling that "there is not enough for me" may cause her to be very frugal and stingy with money as well.
Her romantic relationships tend to be deep, intense, passionate, and highly emotional. It is "all or nothing" with her. Oftentimes Marilyn Bell is irresistibly attracted to someone and feels that she has very little choice or control over her powerful feelings.
She may well be highly magnetic and sexually attractive herself. Marilyn Bell should beware of using this power to manipulate people, for she could gain the reputation of being a "user".
Marilyn tries to understand others completely and has the ability to feel their joy with them and also to suffer with them. When Marilyn Bell loves someone, she loves with her whole heart and is inclined to reveal her most inner and private feelings.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Aries
Moon in 7th house
Moon Square Jupiter
Moon Quincunx Neptune
Moon Opposition Mercury/Asc.
Moon Opposition Jupiter/MC
Venus in Virgo
Venus in 12th house
Venus Opposition Saturn
Venus Sextile Pluto
Venus Conjunct N. Node/MC