He is not easily moved by emotional displays and can be curiously detached from his own emotions and those of others. It is almost as if he could turn his feelings on and off at will; Woodrow should be careful not to leave the switch "off" too often, for he could easily become too impersonal. Family relationships and attachments are not as important to him as they are to most people and Wilson often considers his friends closer to him than his blood relatives. Certainly, Wilson's sympathy and concern extends much beyond his immediate family. In his personal relationships, Woodrow Wilson insists upon a certain amount of independence and the freedom to pursue friendships with as many people, of both sexes, as he chooses. Woodrow does not appreciate a jealous, possessive partner.
Woodrow Wilson feels comfortable in an atmosphere that is open and experimental, and he has little taste for convention and tradition.
Woodrow has strong attachments to his past, the place where he grew up, his heritage, and family traditions. In fact, Woodrow Wilson may be unable to step out of the habits and roles that he learned as a child. Wilson's tie to his mother is very strong and Woodrow Wilson also seeks nurturing and protection from his spouse and other family members as well.
Generally sunny and optimistic, Woodrow Wilson has a cheering effect on those around him. Woodrow likes and needs people, and others genuinely like him too. He enjoys a wide circle of friends who are like family to him. Entertaining, partying, social activities, and fellowship are essential ingredients for his emotional well-being.
Woodrow has intense desires and feelings and his personal relationships are deeply emotional, passionate and often stormy and painful as well. Woodrow Wilson has powerful magnetic relationships with those he cares about, and he could become emotionally obsessed by another person. His feelings can become so urgent and compelling that he behaves irrationally. Woodrow Wilson undergoes periodic emotional upheavals and purging when he must break all ties with the past and begin anew.
He is open and unconventional in his attitude towards love relationships, romance and sex. He enjoys socializing, bringing people together and having many friends of both sexes. Woodrow Wilson values friendship very highly and in fact, he is more comfortable being a friend than a lover. Woodrow desires an intellectual rapport or spiritual bond with his love partner, but deep intimacy and emotional bonding do not come easily to him. The traditional "husband" and "wife" roles do not appeal to Wilson, and he abhors jealousy and possessiveness since he feels that no person truly "belongs" to another. Woodrow Wilson appreciates relationships in which his love partner allows him plenty of freedom and is not very emotionally demanding.
A warm, loving, and comfortable home is very important to Woodrow Wilson and he invests a lot of his energy into beautifying, decorating, and creating a lovely home. Also, Woodrow shares his affection with the people in his family very generously and having close family relationships is a major priority for him. Being at home makes Wilson happy.
Woodrow Wilson is extremely amorous and it is difficult for him to go without romantic relationships for very long. When he is attracted to someone, Woodrow Wilson pursues her very ardently and sometimes comes on too strong. Being engaged in creative or artistic work can also satisfy his very strong desire for love and beauty.
His love feelings are easily aroused and his romantic relationships begin with a sudden electric attraction, but they often end abruptly, and Wilson may be in and out of love relationships - especially in his younger years. Woodrow Wilson craves emotional excitement and needs to feel spontaneous and free, so he may avoid making firm personal commitments. Unusual or nontraditional forms of love and relationships appeal to Wilson, and he is attracted to unique, creative or unstable people.
Woodrow Wilson has a vivid imagination and is likely to imagine the most wonderful things, but he may over-idealize and tend to expect too much of love relationships. Woodrow tries to escape unpleasant experiences through fantasy and deception.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Moon in Aquarius
Moon in 4th house
Moon Sextile Jupiter
Moon Square Pluto
Venus in Aquarius
Venus in 4th house
Venus Conjunct Mars
Venus Square Uranus
Venus Conjunct Mercury/Neptune