How Virgo men break off relationships

VirgoAll a Virgo man has to do is relentlessly criticize you and pick at your faults until you break down into tears. When you ask if he no longer wants to be with you, he will say, “Of course I do. You just need to x, y and z, and everything will be fine.” But when x, y and z are insurmountable tasks — when he is asking you to wipe yourself clean of all inadequacies — you realize you have been set up.

Or, he will say he’s not good enough for you. He tries to improve himself for your benefit, but he always comes up short. “You’re probably better off with someone else, someone who measures up.” You insist that he’s fine just the way he is, that you love him. “But there must be something wrong with you, if you can love such a loser. Really, I don’t deserve you.”

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Jeffrey Kishner is founder and publisher of Sasstrology. He is a licensed mental health counselor and has been doing astrological counseling since 2001. Jeffrey has been published in print magazines including The Mountain Astrologer and Dell Horoscope, and has written online for sites including AOL, Tarot.com and StarIQ. Jeffrey has also been heavily involved in the astrology blogger community. Read his personal blog at JeffreyKishner.com.

Comments

  1. Taurus Lady on the Cusp of Aries says:

    I meant the Virgo guy thru mututal friends. He seemed quiet and observing and I didnt think much but that he was chill and a good guy. I didnt think of him romatically, but I felt like we clicked. I’m pansexual but prefer the company of women usually. I can fall for men but sexually it doesnt really happen for me with dudes and to most of my friends they just think Im a lesbian including Virgo. After a while of going over to his place everyday and him listening to me while playing video games, of course I grew attached. So I grew really warm to him and auto thought that we were gonna be bffs. We even had this running joke of us being married. We’ll jokingly call each other hubbie/hub, wife, woman, etc. He’d always joke around that I like dudes or I should get with one. Anyway, he’d listen to me for a while as I chatted in his room and he’d let me play video games, take naps, chill, joke around, eat off his plate when he made food. Usually he’d make a big fuss about it, but end up caving when it came to dinner. lol and so here I am thinking, ‘cool, we’re getting along great. Obviously he enjoys my company.’ I went out to drink one friday and ended up having a horrible night that ended up in tears. My roommate (Leo) said she would pick me up so I called her, she didnt answer. I called Virgo and he said he’d wake her up and come get me. I was really down and he let me go over and play video games and drunk talk. I ended up knocking out there and he let me change into a shirt of his to fall asleep in. I woke up later and told him I felt so weak for crying and he said it was okay cause girls cry when they feel hurt. Usually that kind of statement would spring up a heated discussion but for some reason I felt like it was understanding and sweet. I ended up going to my room to change. When I came back he was spread out on his bed and starting to drift off. He said we should take naps so I agreed and had him scoot over. We slept side by side for a few hours, completely exhausted. Now personally I love being in company and CLOSE to people. Im very personal physically. To me if anything it only re-enforced our friendship. Id call him when he was at work and he’d talk to me on the phone before I went to sleep a lot of times. Or text me thruout the work day. I’m the type of person thatll walk into anyones room if we’re friends and its open. But he got annoyed one day and said that I should ask to come in. I get it, people have personal space boundries. And I was mislead in thinking that he was okay with me just walking in. From then on its seemed off. He’s been hanging out with my roommate, both of our friend, more even though he’s said he doesnt trust her cause she has a big mouth and cant handle her for long periods of time. I’m pretty possesive, more so with friends than lovers. But it kinda agitated me. And I told him I feel comfortable with certain people off the bat. He responded by telling me not to say that. When I asked why he said that he felt like I was gonna say I felt comfortable with him. AND OF COURSE I was like… WELL YEAH. Hahaa. What really irks me is that every time Virgo and my roommate (Leo) hang out and Im there it seems like they snub me or gang up on me. Even tho I told my roommate that I was feeling some sort of way about him. See, Im attracted to his personality. My favorite people in the world have always been Virgos or Cancers (Sister, Uncle, Parents, and best friend). I just feel so in tune for no reason. Either way, Im not sure if Im “liking” his personality as in more than friends or what and now Im not sure how he even feels about me. Which is really throwing me off cause I usually dont even get attached to guys like that closely. I think I might be more attached than he is… HELP!!!

  2. Scorpio female says:

    My Virgo broke it off and moved out 3 weeks ago. We have a 2 year old son together, and if anything I have always felt that my virgo was the king of being inconsiderate, even now. We built a life together, and one day he tells me that the entire 2 years we shared were the worst years of his life, and I was the worst girlfriend he ever had. He didn’t like that I spoke my mind, and granted our son is only 2, I can’t help but make a big deal out of him breaking promises he makes his son. I am currently seeking employment, and it has been very hard to find help with child care. You would think that because he left me, it wouldn’t have an effect on his relationship with his kid. He is only willing to take his son on the weekends, and even then he will have him for one day because he usually just drops him off at his mother’s house. I will admit I have said terrible things to my virgo guy out of anger that cut into him like knives. Usually it was retaliation for the messed up things he would say, but you let him tell it, he was retaliating for the awful things I said first (he would tell me that every freaking time). He would always tell me “You have issues”, “you’re delusional”, “You need help” whenever we had a disagreement about something that I know full well he said, but he would deny it. I felt that he started using that as a tactic to get under my skin because those are the things that would really (I mean really set me off), but then when I blow up and hurt his feelings, I’m the one who went to far. Really? Don’t get me wrong, when things were good; they were great, and we were happy. I would notice he would get into a certain “mood” whenever he was broke, or something didn’t go his way. I would walk on eggshells and try to stay out of his way, but it wouldn’t work. For some reason it was us, our relationship, and he wasn’t happy. God forbid I ask him for a 5 minute break for myself from having our son all day, and he would get so mad, and we would argue. Throughout our relationship, he picked me apart so much that I feel I became very insecure. When he said he was moving out I instantly felt that he was no longer attracted to me and he was leaving because he wanted to see other people. I feel so ashamed because the way I acted…I did break down and I practically begged him to stay. He said he wanted to be friends, but I told him that if we could not be together, then I didn’t want to be anything with him. After he moved out, he came around and everything felt the same. Everything felt like we were still in a relationship, and still a family. The second I question if he was planning on coming back, he got mad and told me that I needed to get that out of my head, which then led to an explosive argument. I get he needs space and time to think, but I did not have this kid by myself.

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