Ron does not appear to be an intensely emotional or sentimental person, and he is often unaware of his own or other people's deeper feelings and emotional needs. Tears and tantrums bewilder him and make him very uncomfortable. Ron Reagan would rather settle differences by talking things out reasonably and rationally, but he tends to ignore or poke fun at any attempt to probe his own or others' inner depths.
Ron Reagan avoids heavy, demanding emotional relationships and is wary of making personal commitments.
He needs ample mental stimulation and feels close to people with whom he can share thoughts and intellectual interests. Conversation is very important to Reagan. The strong, silent partner is not for him.
His own feelings and emotions are something of an enigma to Ron, and it is often difficult for him to share what he is feeling with others.
Ron Reagan frequently withdraws from the world and needs a healing, peaceful environment in order to blossom and come out of his own world.
Reagan identifies with the oppressed, disenfranchised or underdog in any situation and he wants to help them or care for them in some way.
He is temperamental and impatient and can be very difficult to live with. Ron Reagan tends to respond with a temper tantrum (overt or subtle) if his desires are frustrated. Ron Reagan becomes very irritable and bad-tempered if he lacks vigorous physical activity or other outlets for his aggressive, feisty spirit.
Ron Reagan genuinely appreciates and understands women, and is likely to have many female friends, a network of women who love and support him. It is relatively easy for Ron Reagan to attract companionship and affection, and there will never be a lack of such relationships in his life. Children are very important to Reagan also.
Although he is impetuous and easily provoked (as mentioned above), Ron Reagan also has a good-natured, live-and-let-live attitude and a sense of humor, which balances it all out. While hotheaded at times, he is usually a good sport.
He is easygoing, agreeable and tolerant, willing to overlook others' mistakes, forget the past, and begin anew on a positive note. He enjoys making others comfortable and happy, and he sometimes overdoes his generosity. Ron Reagan often feels that "everything will turn out all right no matter what I do", thereby becoming lazy and lackadaisical.
Although Reagan gets hot under the collar rather easily (as mentioned above), he also has a certain degree of emotional self-control and composure, which enable Ron Reagan to rein in some of his more aggressive tendencies. This side of his is described below.
There is another side to Ron Reagan as well, a rather introverted, self-contained, even pessimistic side which tempers his good cheer and generosity, as discussed below.
Some rather acute fears of being excluded, rejected, left out in the cold or separated from loved ones can make Ron Reagan either extremely cautious about getting close to people or clingy toward whoever gives him any warmth or security. Ron Reagan tends to withhold and clamp down on many of his feelings and craves nurturing and security, perhaps feeling that they are unacceptable or will never be satisfied. Learning to be open and trust others to nurture him is important to him. His earliest years, especially Reagan's relationships with his mother, will determine whether Ron Reagan will overcome his fears or retreat behind a mask of self-sufficiency and indifference.
His emotional needs are very important to Ron Reagan and he tends to seek approval and recognition from the people in his immediate world. Reagan will derive more benefit in activities with others than by keeping to him.
Ron Reagan has a somewhat excitable disposition and his moods and thoughts change rapidly. Enterprising, original and intuitive, Ron Reagan has an instinctive correct grasp of a subject. He is intellectual, resents interference and it is hard to deceive him.
His love feelings and desires are easily aroused but he may find it difficult to sustain his romantic interest in relationships after the initial, exciting "chase and conquest". Ron Reagan enjoys a dynamic partner with a strong independent streak, and he does not like things to become too peaceful or predictable in the love arena. Ron wants to see sparks fly once in awhile, even if it means instigating a fight.
Promoting beauty, the arts or entertainment can make Ron Reagan very happy. Ron wants to contribute something positive and loving to the world at large and he wants to be recognized for his beauty, artistic gifts or loving generosity. Ron Reagan may be "married to" his work - namely he may be more involved in his career than in his private life. Reagan is a natural host or diplomat.
His romantic relationships are inclined to be rather stressed. Ron Reagan longs for new experiences on one hand, but feels restricted or thwarted by circumstances on the other. Reagan tends to fight against limitations and may frequently be irritated by the conduct of others.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Gemini
Moon in 12th house
Moon Square Mars
Moon Sextile Venus
Moon aspects Mars and Jupiter
Moon Trine Jupiter
Moon aspects Mars and Saturn
Moon aspects Jupiter and Saturn
Moon Opposition Saturn
Moon Conjunct Sun/Asc.
Moon Conjunct Mercury/Uranus
Venus in Aries
Venus in 10th house
Venus Opposition Saturn/Uranus