Even-tempered and peace loving, he is not easily ruffled and is rarely given to emotional displays. Ronald Reagan has a calming effect on more high-strung or volatile people, and an emotional steadiness that others find soothing. Though gentle and not easily provoked, Reagan is tremendously stubborn and resists any change that requires an emotional adjustment, such as changes in his home life or marriage.
Ronald Reagan seeks security and loyalty in love relationships, is extremely devoted to his loved ones and provides a warm, nurturing atmosphere for them. However, Reagan tends to cling to others and prevent them from changing.
A great deal of physical affection, closeness and touching is crucial to Ronald's well-being, and he has a tendency to overindulge in sensual comforts and pleasures. At times Ronald Reagan substitutes food for emotional comfort and love.
Ronald has strong attachments to his past, the place where he grew up, his heritage, and family traditions. In fact, Ronald Reagan may be unable to step out of the habits and roles that he learned as a child. Reagan's tie to his mother is very strong and Ronald Reagan also seeks nurturing and protection from his spouse and other family members as well.
Gregarious and fun loving, he is always out to have a good time. Ronald Reagan tends to "play now, pay later" and is prone to overspend, overeat, drink too much, and in general overdo, and even more so when in the company of others. It is hard for Ronald Reagan to say no, especially when Reagan's emotions or appetites are involved. Generous to a fault, he is likely to be very free both with money and with affection.
Tremendously softhearted and sympathetic, Ronald Reagan gives very selflessly and devotedly to those he loves and often allows others to become overly dependent upon him. More compassionate than passionate, Ronald Reagan may become romantically involved with a person because he or she expresses a need for love, rather than out of mutual pleasure or attraction.
He is drawn to sensitive, imaginative, gentle souls - poets, musicians, dreamers - or to someone Ronald feels he can have a deep spiritual relationship with. Ronald Reagan idealizes love and has a very beautiful, romantic vision of what love relationships can be.
For Ronald Reagan, caring and affection must be expressed tangibly, and he loves giving and receiving gifts. Ronald values luxury, comfort, and elegance very highly and appreciates beautiful things. He can be self-indulgent and extravagant. Being overly possessive of people he loves and of his belongings is something Ronald Reagan needs to beware of.
Ronald Reagan has a great rapport with the opposite sex, and love relationships, romance, and passion are absolutely vital to his well-being. It is rare for Ronald to go very long without an intimate companion. The physical component of relationships is also very important to Reagan. Artistic creations and projects are another way for Ronald Reagan to channel his passion.
In love relationships and romance, it is important for Ronald Reagan to be able to deeply respect his partner. Ronald looks beyond the superficial qualities to see their inner worth (or lack thereof), before he lets himself really fall for someone. In fact, too much glamour or flashiness is something of a turn-off to him. Ronald Reagan is capable of mature, lasting loving relationships and seeks a mate who is deep, loyal, and committed. He may be drawn to someone older than him.
It may be hard for Ronald Reagan to love someone and to express his love for them. There seems to be a wall built up between him and others and he seems very cool to them. His disposition is very reserved and withdrawn, making it difficult for people to approach him.
Ronald has the ability to share the abundance of love he feels with many people. But there also is a very strong self-indulgent streak in Reagan, and he has to be careful not to eat or drink too much and feel bad as a result of it.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Taurus
Moon in 4th house
Moon Opposition Jupiter
Venus in Pisces
Venus in 2nd house
Venus Sextile Mars
Venus Sextile Saturn
Venus Conjunct Mars/Saturn
Venus Opposition Jupiter/Pluto