If you’re looking for a restrained partner, stay away from the Moon/Jupiter person. The union of emotions (Moon) and upbeat expansion (Jupiter) creates an urge to express all feelings, in exuberant Technicolor. But while these people may be optimistic partners, their extreme emotional reactions can cause some problems.
Jupiter expands whatever it touches. The Moon/Jupiter partner feels everything on a grand scale, and lets everyone know it. They may gush about you, especially in the first flush of romance. “Emotionally generous” doesn’t even begin to describe them. If you’re feeling down, having the Moon/Jupiter person as a partner is akin to having a shot of happiness on hand. They’ll do everything in their power to jolly you out of your funk, because having faith (Jupiter) is what makes them feel secure (Moon).
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And that emotional generosity? It only goes so far, especially when Moon/Jupiter is denied something. Jupiter is the planet of expansion, so there will always be tension between security (Moon) and the urge for more (Jupiter). This is when the Moon/Jupiter person will put their needs first, resulting in overindulgence (especially when they want to sooth themselves). Going overboard is always a risk; the zodiac sign that the Moon/Jupiter conjunction is in will determine how this manifests. Moon/Jupiter in Cancer may demand coddling from you, and overeating may be an issue. Moon/Jupiter in Leo will need excessive amounts of appreciation. Because these needs will be instinctive, rather than rational, it will be difficult to confront them.
But in general, the Moon/Jupiter person is an eternally optimistic, gung-ho partner. They can be a tad opinionated and pushy with their emotional demands, but excesses can be curbed with awareness. Discussing these concerns with them when they’re not fired up about something is key; Jupiter may increase many things, but objectivity will always be in short supply.