Hope You Like Chicken
But first: Are you good at waiting? Think you can out-wait Venus in Scorpio? Do you like a good game of chicken? These not-so-rhetorical questions are actually clues that your Venus in Scorpio crush isn’t going to help you out too much by making the first move. Now sure, there’s the general assertion that “if he doesn’t move in on you then he’s just not that into you.” Yes, but…then there’s Venus in Scorpio. I don’t want to hold out false hope here, but the Scorpio lover is so contained about affairs of the heart that you might need to give it a little–make that a lot of–time before giving up on him or her.
It’s All On You
And it’s not just time or patience you’ll need; whether you’re a demure romantic or a confident gutsy go-girl, you need to make the first play. Make it bold. Venus in Scorpio doesn’t have a vast amount of self-esteem to believe that your subtle moves are a play for him. Underneath the surface calm of your Venus in Scorpio crush is a heart that beats with a formidable amount of insecurity or fear. No wonder, for love goddess Venus is a bit out of her element in the deep and psychologically turbulent waters of Scorpio’s realm. So help a guy out and get the ball rolling before the two of you forget what you’re pining for in the first place.
What kind of moves will land on Venus in Scorpio? Try an invitation to dinner. Don’t confuse her by making it a group affair. She’s going to privately torture herself over whether it’s a date or a dinner party. Make it a one-on-one thing. Here’s the deal: if she bites, so to speak, she’s into you. Or you text her something flirtatious and funny, and she feels comfortable enough to risk texting back in the same vein. The point being: it’s on you to initiate contact.