Virginia Woolf has frequent emotional outbursts due to her fiery temper and emotional impulsiveness. Woolf expresses herself very directly and honestly and no one has to guess what her true feelings are. However, Virginia Woolf dislikes showing any personal weakness or her need for support, comfort and nurturing. She is often impatient with herself and others. Virginia abhors emotional dependency and dislikes "complainers".
Virginia Woolf inspires others to take positive action in their lives through her own enthusiasm and eagerness to meet life's challenges, and she is attracted to people who are adventurous, courageous and independent. Virginia is rather bossy but does not like to be with people that she can boss around too much. She enjoys a good fight sometimes. Relationships that are built on mutual respect and emotional freedom are ideal for Woolf.
Virginia Woolf becomes very cross if she lacks vigorous physical activity. Woolf feels her best if she frequently "does battle" on the tennis or racquetball court (or engages in another form of competitive sport).
Her own feelings and emotions are something of an enigma to Virginia, and it is often difficult for her to share with others what she is feeling.
Virginia Woolf frequently withdraws from contact with the world, and needs a healing, peaceful environment in order to blossom and come out of hers.
Woolf identifies with the oppressed, disenfranchised or underdog in any situation and she wants to help them or care for them in some way.
Virginia has conflicting emotional desires and needs which complicate her personal life and relationships. She may feel that she cannot depend on her love partner to take care of her or perhaps Woolf cannot decide what she really wants in love relationships: a parent or a lover. If her needs for emotional sustenance and love are not satisfied, overeating (especially sweets) can become a problem.
Woolf is rambunctious and a little rowdy at times, and she enjoys sharing this kind of energy with her friends. Making noise, cheering at a football game, or even getting into a friendly fight all seem like a good time to her. In fact, Virginia Woolf needs to do these things or otherwise she gets crabby.
She is definitely not one to wear her heart on her sleeve. Virginia Woolf cares very much about others' opinions and craves love and appreciation as much as anyone - however one would never know it from Woolf's reserved and seemingly detached demeanor. Casual, superficial relationships do not interest Virginia at all. She is cautious and serious about love and really desires deep, genuine, lasting relationships. Virginia Woolf is old-fashioned about courtship and love relationships, and will remain faithful to her loved one in good times and in bad.
Virginia Woolf may be attracted to older persons who are emotionally mature and reliable and can provide the security Virginia desires.
Virginia is attracted to foreigners, exotic places, traveling, and to people who can expand her horizons, teach her something, or show Woolf places and worlds she has never experienced before. Sharing a philosophy or ideal with her love partner is important to her.
Also, Virginia Woolf 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.
There can be a lack of harmony or satisfaction in Woolf's romantic relationships - not necessarily a great deal of open conflict, but simply an underlying tension or discontent. This is because the people Virginia Woolf finds likeable, lovable, and agreeable to she may not be at all attuned to her sexual tastes and needs. Another, more direct way of saying this is, the people Virginia loves and the people Virginia wants to make love with are very different from one another. Virginia Woolf may be confused about what she really needs and wants in personal relationships. Woolf needs to acknowledge that she has some conflicting desires (such as a partner who is very gentle and sensitive but also a powerful, dominant personality, or security and commitment in love relationships but also a lot of freedom and excitement.) Trying to satisfy both sides of the equation can be a tricky challenge.
Virginia Woolf loves deeply, passionately and wholeheartedly, and others may find her intensity either extremely attractive or threatening. She is charismatic and can have a powerful emotional impact on others, especially those of the opposite sex. Woolf may use her attractiveness to manipulate others, sometimes without even realizing it.
It is easy for Virginia Woolf to show others the love she feels for them and she talks freely to them about her feelings. Virginia 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 Aries
Moon in 12th house
Moon Square Venus
Moon Sextile Mars
Venus in Capricorn
Venus in 9th house
Venus Quincunx Mars
Venus Trine Pluto
Venus Opposition Uranus/Asc.