Your nurturing style is uplifting. You have a huge heart and bring out the best in others.
You love to inspire those you care about. Your compassion and nurturing style is based on your humanitarian ideals. Your spiritual and philosophical nature also inform your style of showing love.
When you love someone, you want them to have the best of everything. You instinctively believe that bigger is also better. You may try to do as much as you can to inspire others.
You’ll give elaborate gifts. You’ll try to help your loved ones upgrade to greater luxury. You’ll also try to stir up their confidence.
When you need to feel nurtured you look to your spiritual connection and idealism as a compass to guide you. You’re also uplifted and inspired by expanding your mind and enhancing your wisdom about culture, art and sciences. You seek pleasure to pamper yourself and others.
Your desire to nurture those you care about is based on your ideals. You’re inspiring and encouraging.
You don’t try to micromanage others. Instead you act as a benevolent mentor. You love to help others expand and reach their dreams. Your nurturing style may seem a bit distant because you need your independence.
Yet there is no doubt about it, when you love someone you’ll do what you can to uplift and empower them. Your love is easily felt by those around you.
You seek nurturing through tapping into your sense of philosophy and purpose. You’ll try to share your beliefs with others to help them make sense of their conflicts.
You want to nurture others in grandiose ways but your intentions are not always well received.
You aim high but then end up frustrated when your efforts aren’t appreciated. Others may also misinterpret your nurturing style and misunderstand your intentions.
You may also distract yourself from your connection to others and get caught up in pleasure seeking behavior. This can lead you to make big promises but not always follow through.
When you channel friction as motivation, you can be inspiring, idealistic and empowering to those you love. You can balance your desire for pleasure and independence and your role as a mentor and leader to others.
You easily convey your love and nurturing to those around you.
Your nurturing gifts are broadcast on a grand scale and you love to make a difference in the lives of as many people as possible. You can have high hopes for those you care about and easily find ways to follow through on your promises.
When you need nurturing you find comfort through your beliefs and ideals. You can easily see the larger purpose even in crisis situations and this is soothing to you.
Your desire to nurture others is often in conflict with your desire to maintain your freedom.
Rather than holding space and connecting emotionally, you feel more comfortable giving a gift or sharing a bit of philosophical wisdom and then maintaining distance and freedom.
You fear being consumed by the emotions of those you care about. As a result, you may back away when others are in crisis. This isn’t because you don’t care. It is because you’re more comfortable in optimism and idealism and overwhelmed by emotional turmoil.
You try to show your nurturing energy by uplifting others and can do well as a positive leader. First you’ll need to be comfortable with your own boundaries and emotional connection.
Your desire to lead others as an inspiring mentor can undermine your desire to nurture emotionally.
You may think you have to transcend challenges by intellectualizing your feelings. Jumping to build meaning before you’ve fully processed your emotions can distract from your intentions.
As a result, you may inadvertently push others to their highest potential without realizing you are moving too fast.
When you can sit with your emotions and connect to others on a deeper level, you can become an empowering and inspiring influence to those you love.
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