Taurus stubbornness collides with Aries impatience in this challenging combination. These partners will butt heads more often than not, but their mutual desire for a straightforward union could keep them together.
Sun in Taurus is focused on the long haul. He wants stability and a partner he can count on. The Bull is not interested in drama; his goal is to simplify and dwell serenely in the midst of his pared-down life. Thrillseekers need not apply, but lovers in search of a sensual partner won’t get much better than Sun in Taurus. In his quest for simplicity, he has honed basic instincts like touch, pleasure and security.
Moon in Aries needs passion. Not just sexual passion, but a life that pushes her to develop emotional courage. A partner who challenges her while keeping it simple suits her best. Moon in Aries gets impatient with two things: predictability and games. Her need to form an emotional identity is instinctive, not complicated. She feels satisfied in a straightforward relationship that offers a direct, emotional payoff. If she’s not getting this, she’ll create arguments with her partner just so she can feel alive.
Moon in Aries will find Sun in Taurus to be a bit dull. There’s no way around this—his insistence on routine will frustrate her. But Aries and Taurus both have a direct, no-nonsense approach to relationships. Their needs and goals will resonate with each other because they are survival-based. Sun in Taurus can offer Aries a stable framework to support her volatile energy. He’ll be patient (most of the time) when she loses her temper. And he can show her that being emotionally engaged does not always involve crises. Moon in Aries can push Taurus to move beyond some of his rigid goals. With other, more harmonious contacts between their charts, these two can have a workable relationship.