Bob Farley seems passive and more or less resigned to his fate, including his insecurity. Actually, he is fairly introverted and withdrawn, trying to make sense out of his inner confusion and fathom his inner depths.
Bob Farley has a paternal complex and, as a result, some trouble finding his identity. Perhaps his father or a father figure was absent physically or emotionally during his childhood, which deprived him of the patterns or models which are usually helpful in structuring a personality. Because he might have lacked a particular sense of security which could be provided by a paternal presence, as well as the examples of behavior to follow in confronting the difficulties inherent in every life, he was forced to protect himself against negative influences and find his own system in order to grow and feel secure. Although this system was quite useful to him as a child, it has now settled in to such a degree that it interferes with his evolution. Psychological defense mechanisms and crutches which were once useful now encumber his mind or inhibit his developmental efforts. As a result, in certain situations, it is difficult for him to assert himself, and he tends to remain an awkward or passive observer. Because his authoritarian urges are mainly directed at himself rather than others, he sometimes feels guilty about his behavior. He judges himself severely, and sometimes punishes himself by setting difficult tasks for himself. Gradually, he should build up a strong inner discipline and acquire the strength to face the problems of existence in a detached and mature way.
Bob Farley has a great potential for creative, constructive accomplishments; however, it is sometimes difficult for him to gain access to this part of himself. He is confident in himself and life but may tend to be nonchalant. He sometimes needs a little stimulation to get himself rolling and take some initiative. His optimism and inner certainty do not always drive him to give his utmost efforts to achieve a goal. The communications skills he possesses are an advantage as well as a handicap. He makes use of his theatrical gifts, convincing eloquence, and ability to listen. The best careers for him would be teaching, communications, philosophy, the legal profession, theater, and public relations.
Bob Farley is fairly strong-willed, and he is mindful of going about his purposes with maximum efficiency. When he relates to other people, he sometimes has trouble expressing his emotions, but he does have a lively sensitivity and is capable of lasting passion. As he grows older, he is quite likely to come into his own and acquire great intellectual and spiritual wisdom. His honesty, integrity, and sense of duty will win him recognition and appreciation. Passing time will be a very important factor in his destiny, and his greatest accomplishments will guarantee him stability and prosperity. Although he is not especially enterprising, he will move into a high career position as soon as he feels sure of his abilities.
Bob Farley has a profound and fertile inner life, but his energy resources are not always sufficient to follow through on and accomplish his multitude of dreams. He tends to live in osmosis with his environment, and effort and action take a heavy toll on him. Usually, he understands phenomena and events intuitively, without really making any effort; so he is not in the habit of disciplining or shaping his thought processes. Like his thoughts, his personality is rather amorphous and disorganized. As a result of this lack of structure, Bob may have some trouble asserting his individuality and making some personal contribution to society through his career. His tendency to shut out reality and dream impossible dreams, like his refusal of responsibility and duty, may be a source of some difficulty for him.
Bob Farley generally tends to be motivated by activities which apply to social needs. He tends to give the best of himself in difficult situations which require crucial choices. His ability to concentrate and his gift for solving problems by deductive reasoning are his chief resources in crisis situations or at turning points in his life.
Bob Farley has a lively and expressive personality, which is sometimes agitated but straightforward. Unconscious feelings of insecurity compel him to act and sometimes to seek the admiration of others, which means he is unable to bear idleness and routine. He is in search of perpetual excitement, which often manifests itself in his love life as being fiery.
Bob Farley is an expansive, affable, and communicative associate. Indeed, some people find him generous almost to a fault! He gives of himself and his resources unstintingly. Paradoxically, there are times when he is self-focused. He reacts instinctively, without taking the trouble to analyze a given situation, and is prone to misjudge. 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. He should be careful not to project his personal problems onto his partner. If, instead, he analyzes the problem together, he could find opportunities to resolve it together.
Bob Farley’s attractions are usually immediate and intense. They rise quickly to fever pitch. The story of these passions is often dramatic to excess, combining all the plot elements of a classic love tragedy: jealousy, possessiveness, agony as an erotic stimulant, etc.
Bob Farley’s birth chart indicates an emotional function which is expressed in a direct and fairly impulsive way. He enjoys reaching out to other people and making discoveries. An eternal teenager with his gaze riveted on the future, Bob is imbued with an eminently subjective and personal idealism.
Bob Farley might struggle to feel comfortable with himself. He’s assertive in his relationships, especially with love interests, and at times, this could lead to conflict. He may be passionate. His instincts predominate over his reason and his senses supersede or distort his feelings, so his relationships are often jerky and abrupt. He would do well to find an activity that could channel his enormous potential. That will keep him from giving up on love.
Bob Farley exerts an odd and somewhat mysterious power of attraction. But he is irresistibly lured to partners who break his heart, and he seems almost to have an affinity for tormented but intense relationships. In a rage of disappointment, he is likely to go from total love to total indifference. He is especially attracted to possessive and complex people.
Bob Farley has the fiery, importunate nature of a fervent lover. Indeed, affairs of the heart are one of Bob Farley’s main purposes in life. His personal charm and magnetism are compellingly seductive; unfortunately, his attempts at conquest do not always lead to the fulfillment and satisfaction of his desires. Due to his impulsiveness and impatience to initiate new encounters, his approach to those he is attracted to may sometimes lack tact and delicacy. As a result of the foregoing, it may be somewhat difficult for Bob Farley to maintain stable and harmonious relationships. Indeed, his emotional behavior is subject to a conflict between his quest for love and his need to satisfy his lust. His outpourings of affection and his need to be loved in return sometimes create complicated situations in which lust may be confused with love, or love may exist without lust, and Bob Farley may feel unrequited or unfulfilled. This inner contradiction is a sign of Bob Farley’s tendency to derive pleasure from suffering – either his own or that of his partner. The relationship thus becomes the setting for a sort of power struggle, weakening it as a source of psychological equilibrium. Nevertheless, Bob Farley could sublimate this difficulty through artistic expression.
Bob Farley is a complex individual, full of contradictions. Because he sometimes feels vulnerable emotionally, Bob tries to control not only his own feelings and urges, but may also strive to manipulate those of his partners. Bob aspires to a profound and enduring spiritual unity, but at the same time, the idea of abandoning oneself 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 Bob is guarded and somewhat secretive, he tends to be suspicious and are especially uneasy about spontaneous intimacy, although he is fascinated by sexuality. Within the privacy of the couple, Bob will not express his feelings unless he is subject to 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 Bob’s emotional and sexual functioning. As a result, Bob is likely to be attracted by stormy and complicated relationships.
Bob Farley was more theoretical than logical and more intuitive than rational when it came to studying. He was attracted to wide open spaces and distant horizons; as a scholar, he felt an affinity for higher studies such as philosophy or law. However, foreign languages or contacts abroad might also interest him.
Bob Farley 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.
Bob Farley has a lively and agile spirit. He is curious and open-minded, approaching various life experiences with an attitude free of dogmatism and prejudice. As a result of his great mental vitality, he tends to have an opinion on every subject, but he does not always have the patience necessary to examine a subject in-depth. He enjoys manipulating expressions and concepts and amuses himself with witty remarks, satire, and controversy. If he learned to control his flow of words and elaborate his thoughts more, he could make a talented communicator. Because he is often too hasty to formulate and construct the arguments which would back up and inform his ideas, he is sometimes misunderstood. He is often blind to the rashness of his judgments and convinced they are well-founded and objective, which sometimes irritates the people around him. If he were to succeed in disciplining his mind somewhat, he would have innumerable opportunities to apply his communications skills to a great career. However, he would do well to be careful of his nerves.
Bob Farley has a structured mind and penetrating intelligence, but his thought processes tend to be somewhat plodding. This slow pace may be the consequence of some failure or humiliation during his formative years. Bob is fairly inhibited and pessimistic and tends to doubt in himself and his intellectual skills despite his undeniable gifts as a thinker. He should become aware that his thought patterns and habits are the sign that he is on the brink of a really big breakthrough which will give him an understanding of the complexity of things and phenomena; however, it will take time and effort. His mind is deep and accurate and is attracted by the essence of things and their fundamental structure. As a result, Bob is particularly suited to the study of mathematics, architecture, engineering, or perhaps even politics. His contribution to society will probably be most lasting and effective in the field of knowledge and expertise. Whatever career he chooses, Bob should learn to work alone, because he tends to be uncomfortable in some surroundings. He will also have to learn to conquer his impatience, because he tends to waste time agonizing over deadlines and schedules. Moreover, a lack of self-confidence could cause him to be fairly conventional and respectful of time-honored ways. Instead, he should find the courage to question his convictions.