Bob Crawford is patient. He is fond of routine, ritual, and any other events or ceremonies which mark the passage of time and the seasons. He tries to be as pragmatic as possible and unconsciously senses that his relationship with material things will be the best foundation for his self-development and individuation. As a result, he is attached to his possessions and will make every effort to cling to them.
Bob Crawford is an individualist who has thrown off conventions and adopted an innovative lifestyle. His passionate convictions border on proselytism, and this sometimes troubles his relationships. He would do well to learn to recognize his own limitations and accept the responsibilities he has to other people. The roots of his somewhat extreme behavior probably lie in his relationship with his father or his teachers in childhood and adolescence. For one reason or another, he may have rejected the paternal image or refused to identify with his father, in the same way as he now refuses to adopt any values related to convention, tradition, or widespread usage. In every important life decision he makes as an adult, he is forced to rely on himself to elaborate the appropriate behavior, and the limits he must impose on his desires in relation to reality and the law.
Bob Crawford usually keeps his emotions in check, preferring to avoid any situation where he might have to express them. This is because he feels that he didn’t receive enough love in his life and doesn’t want to risk damaging his relationships by being too open. He puts all his energy into his career and strives for social recognition through his achievements.
Bob Crawford’s intellect is lively, agile, and sensitive. However, he does not always avail himself of it and may be confused or irrational in some situations. Although he enjoys playing with words, ideas, and concepts, his thought sometimes lacks discipline and structure. He is fairly preoccupied with details and may tend to waste his nervous and mental energy in futile verbal outpourings. Moreover, his feelings sometimes blur his objective vision of phenomena and people, which may cause him to make errors in judgment.
Bob Crawford maintained strong ties with his past, and it often seemed difficult for him to open his heart to new people. His love affairs existed on the surface level, because his lust and sensual desire rarely turned into a need to understand, protect, and care for the other. Moreover, it was difficult for him to meet partners who combined the ideals of the tender parent and the great lover.
Bob Crawford is a generous associate who gives of himself and his resources unstintingly. Paradoxically, there are times when he is self-focused and react instinctively, without taking the trouble to analyze a given situation. As a result, his everyday life may be riddled with a whole variety of practical problems. Indeed, he senses a conflict between his social life and his family, and will sometimes find it hard to fulfill himself in both spheres at the same time. His attitude toward his private life may inhibit his ambitions for social or career expansion; at worst, society (the law) may impinge on his private life. Bob should be careful not to project his personal problems onto his partner. If, instead, he analyzes the problem together, they could find opportunities to resolve it together.
Bob Crawford likes to keep his emotions under control. He tends to be shy, and he prefers not to get too emotionally involved in his relationships. Sex is a big part of his life, and he’s often drawn to passionate relationships. He finds a career that puts him in close contact with troubled people particularly appealing.
Bob Crawford’s personality is dominated by love and affectivity. He is subject to love at first sight, and his gallant heart sometimes leaps forth impulsively; his sensitivity is lively and powerful. Amorous rivalries and conquests may be a recurring theme throughout his life.
Bob Crawford’s birth chart indicates an emotional function which is usually expressed carefully and reasonably. Distrustful of his emotional urges and somewhat wary of his feelings, he tries to rid himself of all partiality and try to get some perspective and distance before making an emotional commitment.
According to the aforesaid, it seems that Bob Crawford is more or less torn between two different sides of his nature. His desire to impress conflicts with his attachment to the nest; his social ambitions contradict his need for security; and his natural selfishness is hard to reconcile with his altruism. He is likely to marry a prominent person or one he can be proud of. His own social position may disappoint him, but his family will give him satisfactions he may have missed out on.
Bob Crawford is quite sensuous. He is attracted by people who have strong personalities and could fall under the spell of a determined partner. On the other hand, he might ignore a person who would be an ideal partner, preferring bold and daring adventures or a person to whom he is sensually addicted.
Bob Crawford seems to be a person who is distant and unapproachable on the outside, but on the inside, he is very complex and full of contradictions. He sometimes feels vulnerable emotionally, so he tries to control not only his own feelings and urges, but also those of his partners. He aspire to a profound spiritual unity, but at the same time, the idea of abandoning himself and yielding to the other terrifies him. This anguish may be a source of rather extreme behavior patterns and a somewhat self-focused attitude, which could damage the relationship. Because he is guarded and somewhat secretive, he tends to be suspicious and uneasy about spontaneous intimacy, although he is fascinated by sexuality. Within the privacy of the couple, he will not express his feelings unless there is some tension. Life may be peppered with frequent crises and feuds, arguments and spats, which usually act as erotic provocation. This derivation of eroticism from anxiety tends to be one of the fundamental characteristics of his emotional and sexual functioning. As a result, he is likely to be attracted by stormy and complicated relationships.
Bob Crawford is an intuitive thinker. He does not reason things out through a long, articulate, logical discourse; instead, he simply grasps the visions or insights that spontaneously flash into his consciousness. This gives him a form of immediate knowledge of various phenomena, which is based neither on reasoning nor on any elaborate thought process or method. As a result, if he is an extrovert, he will possess an inventive, innovative spirit gifted for improvisation. If he is an introvert, his mind will be an abundant source of personal inner truths.
Bob Crawford tries to shun subjectivity and be as objective as possible. His thoughts are usually structured, and his reasoning, based on objective facts or experience, usually relates to practical goals.