The woman governed by Aries possesses a brilliant and independent mind coupled with vigorous energy. She is usually a clever conversationalist and excels as a hostess.
This female is often very successful in maintaining both a career and a family. Indeed, she tends to be a better partner if she is working or has an outside interest.
The woman ruled by this Sign is invariably elegant in appearance and possesses an impeccable sense of taste.
As a sweetheart, her worst faults are the occasional bout of jealousy and the wish for a competitive social life. She is most happy when in a relationship with an individual who is both passionate and possessive…one who is determined to make a mark upon the world. When involved with a weaker character, this woman will eventually be overtaken by unhappiness for she cannot bear to see others succeed where her partner fails. Under such circumstances, then this female may well become grumbling and ungracious…apt to constantly find fault. However, when partnered with the correct mate, she is totally fulfilled and will remain faithful for life.
As a mother, the Aries woman is stern but loving. She never allows a tantrum to go unpunished, but will readily forgive and forget. It is in her nature to take an interest in her children’s education and be ambitious for them, but she must curb her tendency to dominate. The female ruled by this Sign will always keep a home for her offspring as long as she lives and they will have no doubt that she is certain to be in their corner during times of trouble.
Witty and clever, the Aries female is interested in self-improvement. She is also efficient, generous and companionable. Pride is one of this woman’s outstanding qualities. Indeed, she sometimes possesses such a superior opinion of her loved ones that it shows plainly in her behavior and may result in others being jealous and resentful.
This woman can be somewhat extravagant…so generous that she frequently overdoes the giving for family and friends, often making people uncomfortable by the weight of their obligation to her, which she is never quite willing for them to repay.