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miss_leo
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posted November 07, 2005 12:37 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Is it normal for Aries men to hide their emotions, or not really show their true feelings without being aware of it? How can you tell when an Aries men is falling in love? He has an aquarius ascendant, so that may have to do with it.

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Peri
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posted November 07, 2005 12:44 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Peri     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Welcome Miss_leo

I've known an Aries man who could hide his emotions very, very well and was very quiet and reserved (Gemini ASC by the way!)

He has Moon in Cappy in the 8th house.

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sue g
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posted November 07, 2005 12:49 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Hi Miss Leo and welcome

Very interesting quesiton you asked there.

My Aries father is a great concealer of emotions. He is 78 and it wasnt until very recently that I learned he cried very often.......that came as quite a shock to me. He was always very egotistical and had an explosive temper. Maybe all his tears from chldhood were supressed and then he would explode now and then?

I have known quite a few Aries males who are very prone to depression....I think its cos they repress their feelings. I have also noticed that some Aries men have issues around the mother...mmm....maybe this is becos Aries has a hard time growing up. I have heard it said...."Aries, forever the child". I find them complex, and at times, despite the ego thing, quite fragile......handle with care.....I feel girl.

Good luck to you

love

Sue xxx

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astro junkie
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posted November 07, 2005 01:45 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Welcome miss_leo

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LILYGIRL
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posted November 07, 2005 02:12 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I have an Aries moon and mars though I am not a man nor play one on TV. My experience with Aries is that alot of them are so in touch with those BIG HUGE feelings that it scares them; they may repress, hence detachment and depression. I have a relative by marriage who suffers from severe depression and he is an Aries. He is very quiet and very gentle. Some of these Aries folks might also have Pisces in their charts---which is very different from Aries...lol

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miss_leo
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posted November 07, 2005 03:20 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks all for the welcome! Its weird Peri that you say that, My Aries moon is also in the 8th house in Libra. I know he cares but he is so undemostrative (more of the word I was looking for earlier) in his emotions sometimes. He doesn't really say much, but I know that he cares about me.

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SecretGardenAgain
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posted November 07, 2005 04:11 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
i am with an aries man with an air grand trine and to others he may be v unemotional but hes sooooo overlyyyyyyyyy emotional with me, he says i understand him so much better. he always touchy feely, taking care, being romantic, and telling me his deepest secrets and his one fear (which he hasnt told anyone else!) he has Gemini moon, and so I am thinking he feels at home with my Gemini sun/merc/mars stellium, and also Scorp moons will get Aries suns better than Scorp suns in my opinion,

so i wud say that they have to feel comfy with u otherwise they dont open up, when they do , they really DO

Love
SG

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SecretGardenAgain
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posted November 07, 2005 04:14 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
btw i didnt put myself out there in fact i was very just comical and friendly with him in the beginning, i would read his mind and surprise him, after about 4 months of knowing me he told me he loved me, so thats a while but once he said it he never went back on his word.

also, appearance is really imp to aries suns, and air suns too, but u have to know what exactly their standard of beauty is, otherwise they may be totally turned off (for ex. Gem men have v strange beauty stndrds in my opinion)

Love
SG

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posted November 07, 2005 04:31 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for future_uncertain     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Hmmmm... could it be that aries is such a masculine sign that they might feel it is necessary to hide their emotions?

Now that you mention it, even the aries females I know don't express much emotionally-- kind of keep things very superficial (except anger, which they express quite freely!)

My bf has an aries moon. This kind of answers some of the questions I've been asking myself lately.

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amisha121877
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posted November 07, 2005 04:53 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
i have an aries moon as well - at the end of the 8th house.......i believe that lack in relaying feeling in that area are hard to explain to another, especially if you don't know where to begin in explaining it - if you try and aren't use to it, it may come out muddled. my brother is an aries, sun sign - i could tell he really liked a female when a)he would show up with her, every chance he could or wanted her to be there which was damn near everywhere and he actually wanted her to stay with him more than he wanted her to leave, b)he would spend his very last dime or break his back to buy something/anything for them especially on holidays, and c)she was aware of his circumstances, his gripes, his desires


Moon in Aries

This placement of the Moon always shows that the early home experience was characterized by some lack of control, usually over the combative instincts of those surrounding the child. The result is a stormy early life atmosphere and the risk that the individual has picked up from that experience an unconscious view that "home" means strife and storm. As a result, one may either seek a partner who will cause similar home conditions to be re-created or, once married, may oneself try to provoke the kind of storminess which one equates with the concept of home.
In every case of the Moon in Aries, it may be said with confidence that an important test for the soul is to overcome the subliminal influence of the early home's strife or conflict, and to refuse to allow it to manifest through them in their own later home experience. It is difficult to be completely free of our childhood conditioning, it takes time and patience and a willingness to develop more positive habits. It is achievable however and the results are well worth the effort.


Moon in House 8

The house placement for the Moon shows sensitivity to peoples emotional states. Sometimes even psychic sensitivity. With it usually comes the ability to use that sensitivity to advance one's cause.
This placement also indicates a need to express more of the purely affectional side of a love relationship as in the past there has been an over-emphasis on sexuality at the expense of the pure love interaction. Typically in past lives there has been such an emphasis on sexuality for its own sake that the tender bloom of pure love has withered and died. The main lesson is to allow the free flow of love, without it being the servant of physical passions.

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miss_leo
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posted November 07, 2005 06:40 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for all your comments! Secret Garden- I've only known him for a month and a half, but we're always together and I have a feeling he is starting to catch stronger feelings for me, but won't admit it. We always joke around with each other, its a great friendship but with romantic notions, I suppose. I also think he's shy about opening up.

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nove731
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posted November 07, 2005 06:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nove731     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I'm an Aries guy, and I'm far too emotive for my own good.

Lol, My Moon is in Sagittarius in the Third House, though.

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Lousianagrl
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posted November 07, 2005 07:51 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I know an aries man who is real uptight about everything and just annoying and mean. He gets upset way too easily.

But then I have a great friend whos an aries and he never shows his emotions. He's actually in the military right now (Surprised?) and he's leaving for Iraq in about 7 monthes


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Rede411
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posted November 07, 2005 10:21 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Rede411     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Secret Garden,

You're so right about them being extremely emotional.. just with a selected few. My Dad is an Aries sun/Scorpio moon and he's definetely a guy "with liberty & justice for all" but he's soooooo sentimental when it comes to me sometimes. Most of the time he's friendly but very business like...but when he's challanged he's like a machine. I think Aries men have an instinct to hide their emotions. Like Linda said they would rather be caught dead then caught weak and even the female Aries would rather cry alone that admit they're vulnerable...

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DragonflyAries
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posted November 07, 2005 11:21 PM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Well I'm a woman, but in general terms, when an Aries Sun is in love, they shout it from the rooftops! Even the guys will be more romantic than usual; even the more "macho" Aries will run around trying to do things they think will impress you. Thing is, they can be all about the chase sometimes... once they've actually got you, you may find their interest waning a bit.

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SecretGardenAgain
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posted November 08, 2005 12:11 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
hey dragonfly, that is interesting and linda mentions that, and that is what amazes me with this aries/gemini who i totally suspected of being a flirtatious womanizer turns out his previous relationship lasted FIVE yrs. for a 23 yr old male that is AN ETERNITY! and even in that instance he was dumpee, not dumper . strange!

i do feel that aries men are much more expressive of love and care and kindness than most men, same goes with anger. when they are confused or feel alone they will try to become quiet and isolated and want to deal with it themselves. when i once said that i wanted to back out of the relationship, for instance, he was shocked and said, ok plz tell me then asap when u make up ur mind. he gave me space, and i knew he was absolutely tortured every second, but nonetheless he did give me my space and time while he quietly backed off, sad and sullen

remember aries men are really just little boys at heart, and they dont understand that people can be EVIL. once this hits them in the head they can become very suspicious of just about anyone. but if ur aries hasnt had any particular bad experiences in life i wouldnt worry about his emotional reclusiveness. hes probably already decided he likes u, and is trying to hire someone to write it in the sky with a jetplane or something

ahh these aries men. crazy creatures but so loveable !

Love
SG

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sxycrzykewl221
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posted November 09, 2005 09:24 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
it's interesting that everyonoe has that opinion. I am a leo and my ex husband is an aieres...He had every right word that has ever been said...It was almost laughable, like is this guy for real...Every expressive..although I think a lot of it had to do with winning and obtaining something.as in means to an end...I think aires people are very highly competitive and larger than life personalities....but will stop at no expense to get the woman they want. card, flowers, shopping spree's, very verbally expressive, although at times very superfical and full of crap..its almost endearing to watch...Aires like a challenge and major attractions for them is trying to get something just out of reach...loads of fun, not so great on follow thru,,,that is just my opinion.

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