Aug 23 to Sep 22
Virgos are even bigger go-getters than Aries, but are not as ego-driven They don’t care for down time and often simply don’t allow any to accumulate; they like to be busy
The Virgo approach to life is primarily based in intellectual curiosity and a desire to make order of chaos. It’s rare for Virgos to become passionate about an issue or let emotions have a hand in their decisions; that’s all just a bit too unseemly for these by-the-book types.
Demanding to see unfinished work or reviewing it without permission is one of the few ways to really make a Virgo lose his or her cool. The perfectionism inherent in this sign can quietly grow to monstrous proportions, sometimes bringing this famously industrious sign to a startling halt. Fortunately, the unique Virgoan sense of social and professional propriety overrides blocks like this so the Virgo individual’s work and relationships are not harmed, but the damage to the inner self caused by this inability to create and express on one’s own terms is tragic indeed.
The emotions of typical Virgos are rigorously controlled, but they do have them. Not that they’ll believe you, but it never hurts to remind the Virgos you care about that you’ll still be there even if they don’t get an A+ every time.
Virgo Strengths, Weaknesses, and Quirks: orderly, critical, helpful, grounded, simple, private, pragmatic, stable, taciturn, dependable, faithful, fussy, controlling, narrow-minded, serious, scrupulous
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