What it Means to Love a Libra

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A Libra always longs for a beautiful love, it is her soul and heart’s forever wish. If you want to love a Libra, you have to love them truly. You have to love them with everything. All or nothing.

A Libra will crave personal space; she will crave liberty to be who she wants to be always. She wants to adore, hate, celebrate, and suffer who she is. She feels and wants to experience a thousand feelings because she is always discovering new parts of who she is; she is always trying to be her authentic self.

She’ll never tell you something critical straight away, rather she’ll think about it, and sit with it unless the right words come in her heart and ever-so-carefully travel to the tip of her tongue. Even after that, she might choose to write you a letter conveying her feelings. The intensity of the feelings she possesses can sometimes make it very challenging for her to elucidate into words.

Words are important to her, and they hold a special place in her heart. She is eternally in love with the magic words have, and the beautiful way they can free her.

So when you love a Libra, always remember and understand that words will always play a major part in a Libra’s life —they are the brushstrokes of her heart. She will never lie because she knows that she is not good at it. She won’t brag, for she holds words in too high esteem. You must never cheapen your words through hurtful patronization and false and unfulfilled promises. If you ever hurt her with unkind words, she will never forget them and will hold them close to her heart till the day she dies.

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She’s a true-blue artist. But a Libra is always searching for the right medium so that they can survive in this harsh and cruel world. The words, or paints, the delicate, mindful crease of a freshly-made bed—it’s all art to her. She needs objects and sounds and smells and textures to resonate with that place deep inside that says, “Yes. This is it, now this is how I exactly wanted it to be.”

She’ll need her art like you need your breath—without it, she will lose track of who she truly is, and who she truly wants to be.

You must watch the curve of her mouth; her lips will purse (ever-so-slightly) and when they do, you can rest assured that her mind wanders because her heart is not still. You’ll notice her eyes are far away; at that moment, you must let her go there—to the place where the words find their way to the air—but not for too long. She’s always in danger of escaping for too long.

She is always looking to find stillness in her life, and keep herself grounded.

A Libra will treat her body with kindness and a lot of love, but sometimes, she will hate it too. But if you love her, you must love her body, and always love it. Look deep into her eyes and give her your most loving smile. Move her hair from her face so you can get a better look. Love her in places where she has never been loved. Slide your hands firmly over every inch of her skin as if it were the first time you’ve ever touched her. You must touch her. She’ll crave your embrace and wither without it.

She needs romance in her life. And kisses all day from the person she has given her heart to.

She needs to be whisked away to see the world and she needs a comfortable home to return to.

When she feels sad or broken, she will cry a lot, and you might not know why. She won’t tell you what’s wrong, not at first, because she herself might not know. There will be times when she needs to just feel the sadness that has taken over her heart. She wants to experience the pain and struggle of being alive, even when both of you don’t understand it.

And when she finally turns 30—when the leaves are changing and she feels most herself—you’ll be mindful of her feelings; because, even if it isn’t a big deal, it is actually a big deal. And the tears that roll down her face for no reason come from a place of ignominy deep inside her heart.

To love a Libra, you must celebrate; you must celebrate her, life, the amazing, the plain, anything, and everything.

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Ana Waller

Hi there! I love writing, and it is the best part of me and my life. I was always interested in the world of mental health, and hope to help people through my writings.View Author posts