Dating narcissistic man
He walks on the outside of the street when you are walking to the restaurant. When he is in “on” mode, his chest puffs out, he stands taller and his chin is up. On a first date this is charming because he is charismatic and funny.
Dating an Aquarius is a constant adventure; they are intelligent, quirky, and loyal but they can be aloof and overly rational.
They are terrific lovers once they open up a bit more to intimacy, which can happen with the right warm person.
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.
There’s a great quote out there that goes something like, “with great intimacy one does not give up space, but expands both his and hers” (or her and hers or his and his).
If one wants to get closer to an Aquarius, one must request the closeness.
They need someone who can both keep up and stand up, basically, a confident open-minded explorer.
The Aquarius is not the easiest of signs to have a romantic relationship with, but totally worth the effort.
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He orders for you and you feel special and taken care of. He will touch you a lot, or maybe not—if you are not one for public display of affection, he will pick up on that quickly and accommodate you. No matter what you are talking about, he will take the first opportunity to talk about his own experiences.
They admire honesty and will continue to value an honest person instead of finding them weak and unworthy of continued involvement of any kind.