Her desire for harmonious relationships and surroundings is so strong that she avoids personal confrontations or any expression of intense, unpleasant emotions. Sylvia Plath is an idealist who would like to paint the world in pastel colors, and live in peace and harmony with others at all times. She is able to see points of similarity and unity with people who are vastly different from her, and befriend many different types of people. She is a considerate and thoughtful friend, and has a real flair for making others feel accepted and appreciated. Inwardly Sylvia Plath is often torn with indecision and is much more at odds with herself than others would ever guess from her smooth, even disposition.
Plath 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 Sylvia's life are particularly important to her, and her relationships with them powerfully influence her sense of security and happiness. Sylvia Plath may be overly dependent and unsure of herself without a close partner.
She is quietly devoted and faithful to her loved ones, and often becomes a kind of servant to her love partner. Sylvia Plath is more comfortable showing love for someone by doing something for them, making something for them, or simply being there for them - rather than telling them so in a romantic, soul-stirring sort of way. She is timid about expressing too much sentiment or emotion. Sylvia Plath also underestimates her attractiveness and lovability and doubts her own worthiness to receive love and appreciation.
Plath is a very personable, affectionate, loving friend and will always have many people in her relationships that love and cherish her. Sylvia Plath prefers being with others rather than on her own, and she feels very incomplete without a special person in her life to share her love with. Being half of a close, loving relationship is very important to Sylvia.
Sylvia is a peacemaker, the one who adapts, harmonizes, and makes concessions for the sake of the relationship. Her charm and agreeableness makes Sylvia Plath very popular.
Loyalty, fidelity, and security are very important to Sylvia Plath in love relationships. She is cautious about giving her heart away but true to the one who does win her love. Her tastes are simple, even austere, and she does not appreciate frivolity. Plath is interested in a person's character and inner qualities far more than their appearance. Casual or superficial relationships do not interest Sylvia Plath at all, for love seems to get deeper and richer and more satisfying for her with time.
When it comes to love relationships, Plath is apt to feel pulled in several directions at once. In addition to her desire for depth and for security in her relationships, Sylvia Plath has an impulsive side and need a lot of variety and excitement, as discussed in the following paragraphs. These urges do not have to conflict, but they certainly can, especially if Sylvia acts on her spontaneous impulses without much consideration for their long-term effects on her personal life.
While she may seek loving relationships and an "everlasting" love, this is not easy for Sylvia Plath to find - or more precisely, to sustain. When Sylvia 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 Sylvia Plath 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 Sylvia's closest relationships.
Her romantic relationships tend to be deep, intense, passionate, and highly emotional. It is "all or nothing" with her. Oftentimes Sylvia Plath 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. Sylvia Plath should beware of using this power to manipulate people, for she could gain the reputation of being a "user".
Somewhat over-enthusiastic in matters of love relationships, Sylvia Plath could fall in love with the wrong person. She may be too selfless and have the illusion that her only need in relationships is to make the other person happy, leading to disappointments and regrets.
Her interests may lead Sylvia Plath to unusual or specialized artistic fields and she has the ability to successfully advertise or promote her projects. Sylvia could do well in journalism and in writing sexual literature. This astrological configuration also is associated with a marriage swindler!
It is easy for Sylvia Plath to show others the love she feels for them and she talks freely to them about her feelings. Sylvia likes nice surroundings and wants to beautify her environment as quickly as possible, once she has come up with an idea to do so.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Libra
Moon in 7th house
Venus in Virgo
Venus in 7th house
Venus Trine Saturn
Venus aspects Saturn and Uranus
Venus Quincunx Uranus
Venus Sextile Pluto
Venus Conjunct Moon/Neptune
Venus Conjunct Mercury/Pluto
Venus Opposition Uranus/Asc.