She keeps leaving me, and then coming back to me. IS this typical?! can someone look at mine and her charts?! thx
Historical Note: this "characteristic" of Pisces, being discussed in this thread, was elaborated as a Piscean "essence" in the oldest Western astrology book we have: Manilius "Astronomica" (14 AD-over 100 years before Ptolemy) Manilius makes a special point of this tendency in his elaboration of Pisces and its qualities.
Yes: Manilius mentions this Piscean tendency in book 2 of the "Astronomica" (Loeb Classics Library edition) approximately in the sections line 200-600 of the second book.
KayBug said:It is not selfish to be "away" from people or "leave" people. My daughter always says I have, "disappeared like Casper."
ThisIsMe said:She keeps leaving me, and then coming back to me. IS this typical?! can someone look at mine and her charts?! thx
An introvert needs a certain amount of "alone time" on a regular basis in order to stay sane. This tendency is frequently *not understood* by extroverts.
If the extrovert gets upset because the introvert doesn't want to spend every waking hour with the extrovert, then s/he has fundamentally misunderstood his/her partner.
Mark said:I just feel the need to point out that this sort of behaviour is wildly selfish.