Hi FallFromAStar, I think as long as both of your tempers are in control the match would be good. I've never been in a romantic relationship with an Aries before, but I have Aries friends who I get along with great. The ones I know work really hard and are always working on improving their surroundings and I love helping out with that because I am in my element when I'm around motivated people (I'm a Scorpio female) as they seem to bring out the best in me in work, having fun and creatively. One thing I do know, the Aries I know expect their partners to work as hard as themselves and become a bit resentful when they don't. They can be possessive, but as a Scorpio that shouldn't be a problem unless it's obsessively overboard. Oh-and they are really good cooks too!
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RE: Aires man/scorpio woman, what do you think?
RE: Please help with cancer guy
Hi, sorry to hear you're going through a rough time with your Cancerian. I felt compelled to reply because throughout my life I seem drawn to male Cancerians. Every serious relationship I've had has been with a Cancerian and all have been really flakey (messing me about, coming on strong then going non-responsive and usually ending badly, leaving me in such a state it takes a while to recover--but I never seem to be attracted to any other type). I'm now married to my last Cancerian boyfriend and after reading a lot of posts here, I had a serious think about what made this relationship better than any of the others. Firstly, when I met my husband, he was in a bad relationship--on again/off again, and no doubt he was doing to his gf what had been previously done to me. I set some ground rules--friends only. We got on so well and it was fun, but I told him straight off if he's in a relationship with someone else--even if at the moment it's off again, I didn't want anything else from him than just a pal and if he did want to take it further then he would have to call it off and keep it off with his ex. "If you want to be with me, be with me, it's as simple as that, but don't mess me around cos you don't know what you want--grow up & be a man and make your own choices--I won't choose for you" My husband says that when I said that to him it made an impression and something inside went 'ding!' and he knew then he wanted to be with me seriously. He did want to break things off with his gf over the phone but I wouldn't let him. I told him to go see her, tell her what decision he had made as far as their relationship--look her in the eye when telling her this, no matter how difficult that may be because at the end of the day he had seen something in her to invest his time and energy in a relationship with her and she deserved honesty and respect from him. This also let him know what I would be expecting from him. To me, it's a no-brainer--just common sense to treat other people with some decency, especially people you have cared about and shared time with. To him it wasn't, he wanted out and didn't really care how to go about ending things and the less emotional stress involved, the better. We've been together for 6 years now and looking back I can see how everything just clicked into place for us, we went from strength to strength but there has been some hard work involved. I'm a Scorpio & very intense, possessive and moody but I have actually learned from my past mistakes to give my husband some space and trust to be able to have a social life outside of our marriage (friends & work) and he can be really hard work too because he has this unconscious selfishness about him that drives me round the bend sometimes--I say unconscious because I honestly believe he doesn't do it on purpose, he just wants to do what he wants without consideration for me but he's working on that and we can communicate with each other effectively now (it hasn't always been so easy, like I said we have worked on this). So I hope this gives some kind of insight and hasn't put you to sleep! Sorry to ramble on so much. Best of luck with your guy, I truly believe if he's the one for you, he will put in the effort. If the effort isn't being made on his part--kick him to the kerb and move on as best you can. I know it isn't easy but have faith in yourself, respect and put yourself first and others will start doing the same.
RE: How to get a Scorpian to commit to a relationship
Different strokes for different folks...I'm a Scorp and I, personally, can't imagine how swinging can keep anyone's heart true, but that's maybe just me. I've known a few Scorpio fellas, one dated a friend of mine, and she had problems getting him to commit. If you're serious about a Scorpio--male or female--keep the high dramatics to a minimum (if there's a lot of arguing, yelling, fighting it just makes 'em crazy and even though we may say something different and some of us can be addicted to schizo theatrics, somewhere deep down, we'll start distancing ourselves, making way for the big heave-ho). A lot of Scorps are very emotional, but loathe to show it or share it. If you can have a calming effect on all that turbulence--great. If you can do it and make us laugh--even better. That same Scorp fella who dated my friend ended up leaving her ( an outwardly beautiful girl but she pressured him constantly about marriage and threw big tantrums quite often) for a lesser beauty with a fab personality, and they eventually did marry and my friend was angry about it for years afterwards. Scorps aren't easy to live with, I'll be the first to admit that we're very self-centered, but also very loving and loyal when with the right person. Sex isn't the end-all, be-all, but it is a way that we can express our love and intimacy with our partner. Also plus is a bit of mystery. Don't lay all your cards on the table at once. I'm not saying play psychological games (that's another crazy trigger) cos most Scorps I know have a really deep intuition and even if there's no evidence, if they feel something isn't right, stand back and watch them drive you and themselves totally mental until they eventually dig something out (also guilty as charged). If it's an easy-going life you're looking for, steer clear of a Scorpio. But if you're up for a challenge and can remain calm and have a healthy committment to both yourself (first) and the Scorp by including that person in your life, it could be a great relationship. I could write hours on this on all the parts that make up a Scorpio, but I've already bored you enough! Best of luck!!!