She is not easily moved by emotional displays and can be curiously detached from her own and others' emotions. It is almost as if she could turn her feelings on and off at will; Marilyn should be careful not to leave the switch "off" too often, for she could easily become too impersonal. Family relationships and attachments are not as important to her as they are to most people and Monroe often considers her friends closer to her than her blood relatives. Certainly, Monroe's sympathy and concern extends much beyond her immediate family. In her personal relationships, Marilyn Monroe insists upon a certain amount of independence and the freedom to pursue friendships with as many people, of both sexes, as she chooses. Marilyn does not appreciate a jealous, possessive partner.
Marilyn Monroe feels comfortable in an atmosphere that is open and experimental, and she has little taste for convention and tradition.
Monroe 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 Monroe may be overly dependent and unsure of herself without a close partner.
Marilyn Monroe often feels that she must do something or be something other than what she is in order to receive approval and acceptance from others. She is very sensitive to criticism and easily feels left out or neglected, and though she may appear cool or distant, Monroe actually cares very much about being included. Because she is so sensitive, it may seem easier for Marilyn Monroe to withdraw into a shell rather than risk the emotional bumps and bruises that can occur when she lets others really know her in an intimate, personal way. Her reserve and caution make establishing close emotional relationships with others difficult, and Marilyn Monroe becomes much attached to the few people she considers "real friends". Monroe can gain inner security and strength through periods of solitude if she views them as times to nourish herself and develop her own interests, rather than as times of loneliness.
Emotionally she is very sensitive, dreamy, gentle, and easily influenced. If she is with harmonious people and in congenial surroundings, Marilyn Monroe flourishes, but negative people or dissonant energies very quickly bring her down. Her emotional boundaries tend to be very loose and permeable. Marilyn Monroe feels what others feel, and physically she is very open and impressionable. Standing up for herself, saying no when she wants to, and recognizing and respecting others' limits and boundaries are important lessons for Marilyn Monroe to learn. Monroe should beware of a tendency to martyr herself out of pity for someone else's problems.
Her emotional life tends to be a bit strange and she is likely to fantasize a lot and to weave a web of illusions. Easily swayed by the needs of others, Marilyn Monroe must learn not to take on others problems and also guard against others deceiving her.
Her love feelings and desires are easily aroused but it may be difficult to sustain her romantic interest in relationships after the initial, exciting "chase and conquest". Marilyn Monroe enjoys a partner who is dynamic and alive, someone with a strong independent streak, and she does not like things to become too peaceful or predictable in the love arena. Marilyn wants to see sparks fly once in awhile, even if that means instigating a fight.
Marilyn is attracted to foreigners, exotic places, traveling, and to people who can expand her horizons, teach her something, or show Monroe places and worlds she has never experienced before. Sharing a philosophy or ideal with her love partner is important to her.
Also, Marilyn Monroe feels love and kinship for people everywhere, not only with her own family, nationality, or group. Finding similarities and making links between people from differing backgrounds or with different perspectives is a gift of hers.
Marilyn Monroe loves to laugh, celebrate, and to enjoy herself with her companions. Emotionally open and easygoing, Marilyn considers just about anyone a friend or potential friend. Her good humor and friendliness make her quite popular and well-liked. At times, Marilyn Monroe overdoes the festivities, but she rarely regrets this.
Marilyn Monroe tends to make up her mind quickly in matters of love relationships and affection and may fall in love at first sight. Her expectations about romance can be intense and Marilyn is inclined to exaggerate and could have arguments about her loved ones.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Aquarius
Moon in 7th house
Moon Square Saturn
Moon Opposition Neptune
Moon Opposition Neptune/Asc.
Venus in Aries
Venus in 9th house
Venus Sextile Jupiter
Venus Conjunct Mercury/Mars