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Doubts About Dating – Venus and Mars in Aquarius: Astrology-based Advice

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Hi Elsa,

aquarius canWhen it comes to dating, I always seem to have doubts.

Let’s say that I actually am interested in a guy. If he’s interested in me back, I tend to back down and just lay low. At first I thought I was just scared of committment. But since my past relationships never last that long in the first place, I’m starting to wonder.

Is there something wrong with me?

Girl Wondering

Dear Girl Wondering ,

There is nothing wrong with you! You’re just being yourself and I strongly suggest you keep it up. You’re 15 years old… and it’s very hard at that age to be an individual, and operate outside whatever is traditional. And this is what I imagine you are trying to do. I think you should keep it up because it’s authentic to your nature.

You have Venus and Mars in Aquarius, which wants to break away from what is “normal” in relationships. You want to make your own rules. I imagine you resist getting a boyfriend because you sense that as soon as you did, you’d be “stuck”. Does that resonate? You should ignore me, if it doesn’t.

I’m just saying, when it comes to hooking up: what other kids do is never going to cut it for you. You’re looking for something truly unique and innovative when it comes to relationships. So just keep doing it.

And I repeat: You are okay exactly the way you are. It’s perfectly fine to be an interesting person.

Good luck.

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  • RJ

    At 15, you shouldn’t even be thinking about boys. Wait until college.

    Then, in your Freshman year, you can have unsafe sex with half the guys on campus, and no one will care!

    Er, and watch out for that supernova in the Large Magellanic Cloud. Or whatever…