You struggle to know your own worth, especially when it comes to relationships: How much should you give? How much should you take? How on earth can you place a value on your heart?
Of course your love is a jewel without price, yet you constantly question yourself and your partners. You obsess, even. You wonder if they're trying to buy your love, or vice versa. You may even have terrible trouble letting go of relationships that should have been over a long time ago; you might recycle lovers the way other people reuse plastic water bottles. You're terribly sensitive to any threat of loss or abandonment, which can result in clingy behavior or insisting on frequent declarations of love. Your very intensity can drive others away, or it may attract those who withhold affection and approval. You're stuck between a rock and a hard place. What to do? First, work to realize that love is not predictable and it won't always work out the way that you want. Instead of living in the past or for the future, be present in the moment, loving yourself perfectly. Then you'll be ready to find that perfect love with another person.