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Unread 09-01-2018, 11:08 AM
mle6321 mle6321 is offline
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Re: Chiron in 7th cause bad relationships & loneliness?

From what I understand about Chiron is that itís our deepest wound- and at the same time- our strongest secret weapon. I have Chiron in Virgo as well, but in the 5th house. I feel this is why my artistic abilities are sometimes used to express pain but also to nourish, cleanse, and heal myself. (The 5th house of creativity/pleasure).

Chiron in Virgo itself makes us critical of ourselves, sensitive to other peopleís judgements, feel useless and unloved, anxious, and perfectionist. With those qualities in the 7th house of relationships, it makes sense why you might feel like no matter what you do, you donít feel appreciated by others.

I definitely understand the kinds of feelings youíre having. I recently moved to a new state and itís taken a long time for me to make friends. Once I started to understand that I was my own biggest critic, I realized that a few people wanted to get closer to me all along. I let my guard down some, and also lowered my social expectations of other people, which I was overanalzying.
Virgo is a very critical and overanalyzing sign.

People with Virgo influence are intelligent, humble, wise, practical, and a need to help others. Virgos make true friends because they are loyal, strong, and punctual! Anyone who does not appreciate you does not deserve your time, not the other way around.

Other people can sometimes be weird about starting new friendships. I think once you stop criticizing yourself and thinking that something is wrong with you, the people in your life who truly respect and admire you will come to light!

Last edited by mle6321; 09-01-2018 at 11:19 AM.
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