An example of this can be found in dream analysis, where Dr.
Jung used spiritual symbolism to help assess meaning (Jung, 1939).
While some signs are drawn to the physical presence of another, this is not the case for Virgo men.
Sure, we notice what you are wearing and how you look.
When you are in a relationship with a Virgo man, expect him to be somewhat anal retentive. And still, others suggest we become martyrs who are compelled to put up with the deficiencies in others.
It pains me to write this because it is an ugly truth for most all Virgo men. I’m not saying all Virgo men are negative because that’s simply not true.
We notice everything you do, including your body language, facial gestures and even the tone of your voice.
This empowers us to tune into what’s going on with you – sometimes intuiting your thoughts in an uncanny way. While this might seem like a positive trait it can also be a negative.
We tend to be hard on everyone, including ourselves. But what I am suggesting is that we have a chip for being critical, which at times can be a real turnoff. One of the things that Virgos love to do is be with people.
We are most relaxed when we’re around others, often in social gatherings like parties or informal groups.
That’s because many of us struggle with obsessive-compulsive disorder, otherwise known as OCD.
Armed with our to-do lists, we’re highly disciplined and have a set of short and long-term goals that we’re constantly working on.
I’m sharing this information only as a way of deepening your insight.