Venus in Aries: How They Feel About Life, Love & More, From The Experts
When it comes to dating, people with Venus in Aries should “embrace who they are and not settle for other people’s views on how courtship should be,” according to Pelinku. “In other words,” she says, “if they like someone and wait for the other to make the first move, that will lead to delays and pent-up anger for this Venus sign.”
Gemini echoes this sentiment, noting that patience is not a virtue for those with Venus in Aries. “A lover who drags out the courtship process is likely to get a taste of your extraordinary ghostly powers,” they explain, adding, “While your love book may be filled with sad and half-finished chapters, at least it won’t be boring.”
This is a placement that works best when they are the ones who seek and take initiative, because it boosts their confidence, Pelinku explains. “In their established relationships, they crave movement and results. If they have a list of goals they need to achieve with their love partner, they will want to see them achieved. If not, that’s what causes the anger,” she adds.
And, according to the twins, these fiery and passionate lovers will not agree to an all-encompassing attraction. Love at first sight is very real for these people, but the problem is that it can happen several times. “You’ve probably fallen on your ears multiple times in a nanosecond. If there is a click, you will immediately jump, [so] teaching yourself is an art,” they add.
As for compatibility, it’s always a good idea to consult a full astrological compatibility chart (called a synastry chart) to get the big picture, but Aries Venuses are likely to work well with other fire Venuses (Leo, Sagittarius, or another Aries), as well as Venus air signs ( Gemini, Libra and Aquarius).
In general, if you’re dating someone with Venus in Aries, you’re in for an adventure full of spontaneous travel, passionate nights, and constant movement, Pelinku says. And if you’re someone with Venus in Aries, “Just try not to write people off Yes so fast that they don’t shake honestly,” the twins suggest.