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Sun in Scorpio

A Double-Edged Sword

Kelli Fox

Your past relationships fall into two categories, Scorpio: the quick, passionate, short-term hookups, and the deep, intense, passionate, you're-mine-forever relationships. Romantic partnerships are a double-edged sword, are they not? On the one hand, you deeply crave that ultimate, intimate connection, the one where you recognize each other immediately and crash into love before a word is spoken.

On the other hand, such a partnership requires you to reveal yourself, to be vulnerable, to admit that someone else has something over on you. The dilemma wrecks you.The temptation, once you've thrown out yet another lover with yesterday's trash, is to fold -- to throw in the towel on this whole concept of relationship. You're not the first Scorpio to toy with the idea of hermit-hood. It would be a lot easier, you admit to yourself. But, the things you'd miss! The flutter deep inside when you look into your lover's eyes; the rising passion, the exquisite release. For this, you're willing to put up with a lot. And when you find that ideal love, the one who can meet you halfway, who proves trustworthy with your innermost secrets, whose passion matches yours -- this love is beyond compare, and well worth the wait.

Sun in Scorpio in the Natal Chart

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  1. Susan Wilson on June 10, 2016 at 7:19 pm

    How do I determine whether or Not a current partner is THE ONE as I have the fiearce loyalty that goes along with my many and varied chharacter traits that havekept b me several.
    Me from being happy and in love ( for more than 8 yrs per each monogamous intimate relationship each time). I abhor conflict and fighting so it’s terrifying me to express myself from opinions to solutions. This means that I am not an active participant in my own relationships thereby further reducing my already non- existent self- esteem

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