Aries Woman Aquarius Man

The Aries is likely to find the man born under Aquarius dazzling. As a rule, Aquarius are extremely friendly and open; of all the signs, they are perhaps the most tolerant. In the thinking department they are often miles ahead of others, and with very little effort, it seems. The Aries woman will most likely not only find her Aquarius friend intriguing and interesting, but will find the relationship challenging as well. Your high respect for intelligence and fair play may be reason enough for you to settle your heart on a Water Bearer. There’s an awful lot to be learned from him, if you’re quick enough. Aquarius love everybody—even their worst enemies, sometimes. Through your relationship with the Aquarius you’ll find yourself running into all sorts of people, ranging from near-genius to downright insane—and they’re all friends of his.
In the holding hands stage of your romance you may find that your Water Bearer friend has cold feet that may take quite a bit of warming up before he gets around to that first goodnight kiss. More than likely he’ll just want to be your pal in the beginning. For him, that’s an important step in any relationship—even love. The “poetry and flowers” stage will come later, perhaps many years later. The Aquarius is all heart. Yet when it comes to tying himself down to one person and for keeps, he is likely to hesitate. He may even try to get out of it if you breathe too hard down his neck. He’s no Valentino and wouldn’t want to be. The Aries woman is likely to be more attracted by his broad-mindedness and high moral standards than by his abilities to romance. She won’t find it difficult to look up to a man born under the sign of the Water Bearer—but she may find the challenge of trying to keep up with him dizzying. He can pierce through the most complicated problem. You may find him a little too lofty and high-minded, however. But don’t judge him too harshly if that’s the case; he’s way ahead of his time.
In marriage you need never be afraid that his affection will wander. It stays put once he’s hitched. He’ll certainly admire you for your intelligence and drive; don’t think that once you’re in the kitchen you have to stay there. He’ll want you to go on and pursue whatever you want in your quest for knowledge. He’s understanding on that point. You’ll most likely have a minor squabble with him now and again, but never anything serious.
You may find his forgetfulness a little bothersome. His head is full of ideas and plans. Kids love him and vice versa. He’s tolerant and open-minded with everybody, from the very young to the very old.