You are right I should be grateful for having a medical condition which cannot be controlled, always in pain which cannot be stopped.
One cannot lose what one has never had and as for being on my life path with leads to happiness and fulfilment. Well I have never had happiness or fulfilment. So yes I can trust that my life will be a waste of time. Come on death I cannot wait to leave this life.
@thebrittney Question for you...why so many clarifiers? I only ask because for me, when I was first learning, it signified when I was thinking too much or looking for a specific answer I wanted to hear...
I know a Virgo man, when we first met it was like I met him some where before. It was the strangest feeling. I am a cancer women and find him very intriguing. We have formed a friendship over the past year an a half but I truely believe I don’t really know him at all. He does the same thing to me with the texting replies and it really frustrates me and it almost makes you feel that you are not worthy of a reply. What’s the go with that??? They can be the kindest and most supportive friend in the world on some levels but so cold and reserved on the other hand.
Though comparing their birthdates, marriage might not work out well for this pair in the end.
Dominating others and each other will be an ever-present theme in this relationship. Both these people tell it as they see it, leaving little room for niceties, an approach that can easily border on coercion in their relationship with each other. Your friend's partner can expect some difficulty with their spouse: like a child suddenly and ruthlessly exposed to the adult world, they will be practically defenseless against your controlling and critical friend’s searching mind and emotional power. To put it simply, if your friend is pleased, things will go well; if not, then her spouse can expect endless frustration in trying to serve or please this dominant 'mistress' who cannot or will not be satisfied. In many ways. This dissatisfaction is like a 'sword of Damocles' that your friend may dangle precariously over her spouse’s head. So marriage may be problematic for these two, as they have very different approaches to life, and both may seek to impose their own way on the relationship. Your friend's partner will proceed more by intuition than by book learning, and will often want to translate their ideas into immediate action; your friend, on the other hand, likes to have time to mull things over, and may see her spouse as rash and impetuous, and their judgment as naive and untutored. If she continues to treat her spouse like a child, the marriage may quickly falter. If the marriage is to be successful, this pair must strive for greater equality since power struggles can be very energy-depleting. They must make a greater effort to share their ideas and feelings and above all, cultivate patience.