I am a Leo Woman, I met a Virgo Man about a month and 1/2 ago. At first, he was calling, texting etc... pursuing me totally. He was so considerate and so nice. I been divorced since July. He recently divorced. He admitted he had some financial problems because he is living with relatives and was battling things as a result of a bad divorce. I told him I understood that and we often talked about out problems/solutions etc...The conversations were therapy for both of us. I think we really connected in a way.
At times when I started to ask questions about his situation he would complain of a headache and just say he do not want to talk about it. He do not like questions at all. He would call all the time and want to spend time with me but once we started to get closer he just shut down. He said he just had a lot going on at the time and he did not want to be around me in a bad mood. The calls and texts was less frequent. I had to do all the calling and would leave messages. I really think he should call sometimes.
He sent me a text and said he would call but he never did. Its been 2 weeks now and I have not heard from him. I don't know if I should call him or not. I just want to make sure that he is OK. I really do like him but I am not the one to be a pest or chase someone down if he don't want to be bothered. I think I have given him enough space. I am really afraid to call I don't want to push him away. I don't know if I am being dumped. Any advice?
For me it appears to be connected, subconsciously ..
At first, when a desire presents itself, it's hard to decipher whether it's needed versus wanted ... but, later, I realize that the reason I really wanted it was because I needed it to be present in my life at that time to make me happy, or some kind of fulfillment for completeness.
Sort of like a craving .. if your craving a certain food, you "think" it's only a desire .. really, your body is deficient and it puts the suggestion in your head.
following your heart and getting what you desire can make you happy and be more fun, but sometimes i have had to follow my head to make my situation more secure,in relationships for example people go for the one who is reliable and provide them with security,or they go for the more secure job than one that is insecure and risky and unreliable. if you follow your head ,are you moving away from your life path,not being true to yourself ?