She is very sensitive, cautious, and shy about showing others her feelings. Though she may love and care for someone a great deal, Mary Pickford rarely expresses her feelings openly and freely. Very often Pickford's love for someone is expressed by her wish to help her, do something tangible to benefit her or serve her in some way.
It is also difficult for her to receive warmth, affection or appreciation, for she often feels that she does not really deserve it or that "they do not really mean it". Pickford may therefore come across as rather cool and aloof - much more so than she feels.
A deeply ingrained critical attitude often makes Mary difficult to live with. Mary Pickford needs to learn to be gentler and less of a perfectionist with others and with herself.
Pickford 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 Mary's life are particularly important to her, and her relationships with them powerfully influence her sense of security and happiness. Mary Pickford may be overly dependent and unsure of herself without a close partner.
She is assertive and confronts difficulties in a direct, no-nonsense sort of way. Mary Pickford cannot tolerate self-pity or passivity, and she can be rather brusque with others' emotional problems. "Stop crying and do something about it" might be Pickford's motto.
Although Pickford gets hot under the collar rather easily (as mentioned above), she also has a certain degree of emotional self-control and composure, which enable Mary Pickford to rein in some of her more aggressive tendencies. This side of her is described below.
Serious and emotionally reserved, Mary Pickford was probably never an exuberant, playful child, and she rarely expresses herself in a spontaneous, childlike manner. She is cautious about letting others get close to her and sometimes withdraws from people altogether. At times, Mary Pickford feels lonely or isolated, even when she is with people. Learning to appreciate her own company and find satisfying solitary activities is essential to Mary's emotional well-being.
Her emotional needs are very important to Mary Pickford and she tends to seek approval and recognition from the people in her immediate world. Pickford will derive more benefit in activities with others than by keeping to her.
In a love relationship, Mary Pickford is more interested in the person's sense of humor and intelligence than in her physique. Mary likes a partner who is mentally alive and keeps her guessing and Mary Pickford becomes restless and bored with someone who never asks questions, changes or surprises her. It is very important to Mary Pickford's happiness to talk, share ideas, go places together and learn new things together. Mary Pickford needs ample social stimulation, is somewhat of a flirt, and likes to have many friends of both sexes. Pickford finds a possessive, jealous partner very stifling.
Beautiful, elegant, and harmonious surroundings are very important to Mary Pickford, and she has an innate sense of style, design, and form. Socially, also, good form and politeness are important to Pickford and she instinctively avoids crudeness and dissonance.
She enjoys talking about love, relationships, art and the beautiful side of life. Mary Pickford appreciates artistic people.
Mary Pickford loves to laugh, celebrate, and to enjoy herself with her companions. Emotionally open and easygoing, Mary considers just about anyone a friend or potential friend. Her good humor and friendliness make her quite popular and well-liked. At times, Mary Pickford overdoes the festivities, but she rarely regrets this.
While she may seek loving relationships and an "everlasting" love, this is not easy for Mary Pickford to find - or more precisely, to sustain. When Mary becomes romantically involved with someone, either she or the other person will create rifts once a certain level of comfort and predictability has been achieved. Even if there is no outward break in the relationship, a certain emotional aloofness or dissatisfaction is apt to develop. This is because Mary Pickford really wants both closeness and absolute freedom - a combination that is difficult to attain. However, if she does not at least attempt to honestly fulfill both of these urges, events seemingly out of the blue will wreak havoc in Mary's closest relationships.
She is very romantic, idealistic and imaginative about love relationships. Mary Pickford yearns for her "true love" or "soul mate" and may become disappointed in those who never quite live up to her dream image of the perfect lover. Pickford frequently fantasizes about love and often falls in love with someone she can only love from afar. She may avoid making a definite personal commitment. Gentle and sensitive, Mary Pickford does not like to be approached in a very direct or aggressive manner. She is attracted to those with artistic or mystical inclinations.
Mary has deep, compelling love feelings that seem irresistible and often irrational. Her love relationships are very passionate and intense, and Pickford experiences both agony and ecstasy in love. Mary Pickford is always profoundly changed by her love experiences, though this change may stem from painful and difficult confrontations or separations. She is somewhat emotionally fanatic about things she cares about.
Her association with those around she may have a depressing influence on Mary Pickford causing her to shy away from relationships of any kind. Finding it difficult to express herself emotionally, she is quite likely to become a loner.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Virgo
Moon in 7th house
Moon Trine Mars
Moon aspects Mars and Saturn
Moon Conjunct Saturn
Moon Opposition Sun/Asc.
Venus in Gemini
Venus in 3rd house
Venus Sextile Jupiter
Venus Quincunx Uranus
Venus Conjunct Neptune
Venus Conjunct Pluto
Venus Opposition Saturn/Asc.