Often, over time, a person in a relationship with an Aquarius will be able to sense when this aloofness is on its way and will know that creating space is the best way to go here.
It’s not that there has been a sudden end in the liking of another person, it’s just that the Aquarian enjoys time for inner thoughts and discoveries; this affords the occasion to recharge, re-energize and refresh.
Nothing makes an Aquarius heart skip a beat faster than another human being that can match wits.
As knowledge seekers, the Aquarian will not only want to learn from a partner, but also share as many intellectual adventures together as possible.
They are definitely not afraid to be a leader when it comes to alternative thinking.
Aquarius has a zeal for embracing all that comes with the new age and would prefer someone to hold hands with while jumping ahead than to be with someone stagnant or worse, stuck in the past. Embrace Alone Time Alone time is not just wanted by an Aquarian, it’s needed.
So, remember go to an Aquarian when looking for a logical way to solve an issue, not just to vent.
Since I have another birthday coming up I decided it was time to help all of those other people out there understand the 11th Astrological sign on the zodiac calendar just a little bit better.
Some such adventures to have with this sign could include watching a documentary, checking out a museum, spending an entire afternoon at a bookstore, going to a park to stare at the clouds while having a philosophical discussion and/or travelling abroad, to name a few.
The Aquarius is a terrific problem solver—if the problem is something that needs a rational solution.
The Aquarian is not one to wade in the muck of gossipy nonsense or help with issues that have no practical resolution available.
Aquarians work much better big scale, like charity events or ending gender oppression compared to one-on-one situations with friends, family or lovers.It also gives Aquarian partners the opportunity to do their own thing as well.