You're highly attracted to this person, but it's likely that's purely because they excite you and represent a certain unpredictable quality that you find attractive -- or did at first. Once you got to know each other better, you might have found that your relationship wasn't quite what you expected. You've felt from the start that things between you were exciting, new, unexpected and unique.
Your time together can be a fun, spontaneous roller coaster rides that leave you laughing and panting for more. That's all just fine, except you need a grounding influence if you want to keep things at all normal between you over the long stretch! At best, this aspect can keep things interesting, but you may have quickly grown uncomfortable with all the spontaneity and unpredictability. You've probably also noticed that your partner's feelings toward you change, fast and often. You've likely idealized them from the start, which makes it even more difficult to deal with the fact that they blow hot and cold. And forget about knowing each other for who you really are. This particular aspect can't support a feeling of love between you; instead, its influence is more mental or social. Your partner provokes a certain restlessness in you, an urge for freedom, that could make the relationship feel restrictive.