Your relationship was bright and lively -- maybe a little too much so. Your were the aggressive mover and shaker, driven to achieve, to accomplish. Your partner was the quicksilver chameleon, apt to change ideas, opinions, even a long-held lifestyle on a dime.
All that restless energy made you a little nervous. You would have preferred to see your sweetie settled down on a particular task, going in one direction. It was distracting and annoying to you to waste your own energies catering to your sweetie; you would have much preferred your home life to be seamless and easy so you could concentrate your prodigious strength on your lofty goals. But that was a small quibble, really, in what was a pleasing picture overall. What was needed on your part was some flexibility. You won't be able to do everything you'd like in life -- with such big dreams, who could? You should have considered a smaller, sweeter ambition: What good is it to be rich and famous if you're not also happily, sweetly in love? You shouldn't have criticized your sweetie, or expected big changes. You needed to learn to be happy with what you had -- heaven knows you should have been. A clearer perspective will be yours on the next go-round.