You always go for sweet-natured lovers, don't you? Kindhearted, loving, lovable. Your family approves, your friends are big fans and everyone tells you how lucky you are to have landed such a fine fish.
Yet you've never been able to just relax and enjoy yourself when you've been with someone. You feel uneasy just beneath the surface, and you can't quite put your finger on it. Everything looks great on paper. You shared so many fine qualities with each person: integrity, generosity, a desire to be genuinely good and helpful to others. Why is it you've never seemed able to connect? Your relationships feel forced, strained. You struggle to make conversation. You just can't relax. Unfortunately, what you fear in your heart of hearts is the case: It will take a lot of effort on your part for love ever to run smoothly. You can never relax into easy contentment. The fundamental problems you've already glimpsed will not dissipate. But you have so much to offer. Remember what so attracted your past lovers to you -- that expansive sense of humor, your generosity, your intense good will.