Bob Weir’s confidence in himself sometimes falters, and he might try to compensate for this weakness by insisting on his authority over others. With the people he is emotionally committed to, the same nagging feelings of insecurity prevent him from expressing his generosity and love fully; his extreme independence sometimes hides an inability to abandon himself and a lack of assurance.
Bob Weir is a fairly strong-willed person, 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 Weir often encounters friction with others. His vision of other people can be clouded by insecurity, and his need to obtain acceptance at any price can sometimes drive him to make too many concessions or compromises.
Bob Weir enjoys sharing and has a constant need for contact with other people. He tends to be free and uninhibited in his relations with other people, rarely allowing himself to be influenced by convention or prevailing opinion; he associates with whomever he pleases. This attitude makes his life refreshing and exciting, and he is never bored. In career terms, Bob is quite gifted for any field related to communication, where his intellectual singularity and lively wit would make him an amazing hit. He would also be likely to succeed in any activity where the work required a multidisciplinary approach: teaching, advertising, politics, etc.
Bob Weir is winning and attractive. He has an appetite for intense emotional experiences, especially in terms of his relationships. Enjoying the power of his personal appeal, he easily controls his emotions and only rarely reveals the true depth of his feelings. Because his instincts take precedence over his sensitivity, he is capable of becoming jealous, possessive, and even rather harsh, without meaning to. More of a flirt than a voluptuary, he is attentive to desire. As a result, his love life will sometimes be casual and complicated.
Bob Weir has an intellect that 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 Weir is optimistic and happy to be alive. He is cheerful, communicative, and pleasant, and his expansive nature is related to his gratification in childhood, which probably occurred in favorable surroundings with a mother or mother figure who was loving, indulgent, and generous. He is extremely kind-hearted himself and gives of himself and his wealth unstintingly. His bountifulness, which many people appreciate somewhat selfishly, may arise from a confusion between his desires and reality.
Bob Weir was born in the early 1950s, in a small town in the Midwest. Although his demeanor is cool and distant, he is extremely sensitive. In some cases, his rather austere and rigid behavior and refusal to yield too readily to sentimentality discourage others from being too demonstrative of their tenderness and affection. He has spells of melancholy in which he does not feel worthy of being loved and tend to forbid himself any emotional fulfillment. An austere or somewhat traumatic childhood experience may be the source of this behavior. It is difficult for his inner self to be detached from this past life, and he sometimes has trouble reconciling the image he has of himself as an adult with the one he acquired back then. The idea he has of himself as an individual is related to the image his parents projected onto him as a child. Nevertheless, the past is history, and he is now an adult. It should be easy for him to rid himself of these phantoms through self-work. He has the ability to overcome his mistakes, as well as great endurance and will power to achieve his goals. Nevertheless, he must not repress his sensitivity in order to succeed.
Although Bob Weir has a tight grip on his emotions, he has an appetite for intense emotional thrills, especially in his relationships, and is sometimes upset by them. Feelings of insecurity may keep him from expressing his emotions, and he tends at times to become jealous or possessive of the person he loves. The force of his emotional drives is intense and especially evident when he has been wounded in some way in the course of a love affair, or if he feels as though someone, a friend or lover, has betrayed him. He has a tendency to be masochistic and thrive on suffering. He may abandon himself to his emotional fears and trifle with his inner vulnerability.
Bob Weir is emotional and tends to react suddenly and excessively as soon as his sensitivity is touched. Although he feels that his independence, freedom, and self-sufficiency are fundamental values, he is sometimes frustrated by his need to rely on his family or friends. Moreover, he does not always grant the freedom of other people the same respect as his own. Likewise, he is sometimes angered by expressions of maternal tenderness, as if he feared that it would doom him to eternal dependency. His ambivalent behavior, full of jagged edges, may be traced back to the relationship he had with his mother or a mother figure. Although he was dependent on them, they may have rejected him. Now this attitude is extended to any situation in which his sensitivity comes into play and emotional bonds are liable to form. To ward off his feelings of dependency, he sometimes tends to become destructive. Based on denial, his reactions might be fierce, impulsive, excessive, erratic, or contradictory.
Bob Weir is a complicated relationship partner because of his sensitivity and emotions. He has an inner conflict between his instincts and his sensitivity, which makes him a fairly complicated person. He is liable to switch from one attitude to the opposite. Bob’s sexuality is an important part of his life and his relationships are most often motivated by his desires. Nevertheless, due to his unconscious inner battle, Bob does not usually succeed in reconciling and fulfilling his emotional and sexual needs. Due to the strength of his instincts, passion may overwhelm him and drag him into situations he cannot always control, which intermingle erotic ecstasy and anguish, guilt, and aggressiveness.
Bob Weir’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 Weir’s birth chart indicates that he has an emotional function which is usually expressed carefully and reasonably. Distrustful of his emotional urges and somewhat wary of his feelings, Bob tries to rid himself of all partiality and try to get some perspective and distance before making an emotional commitment.
Bob Weir exudes a fairly equivocal mixture of charm and passion, strength and gentleness. He wields his wiles of sensual fascination and kindness with the purpose of controlling the other in addition to being loved. He is subject to intense and sometimes tragic passions, in which ecstasy and pain, jealousy and tenderness mingle inextricably. However, it is possible that as time goes on, he may succeed in overcoming his instincts and be able to devote himself to the mate he has chosen in a positive and creative way.
Bob Weir has a strong sexual aura and considerable sway over other people, but this does not always imply love. His feelings tend to be mysterious; for example, he may derive erotic fulfillment from anguish. He is attracted to sensual and complicated partners who draw him into tormented love affairs. A power struggle, or perhaps even a confrontation, may prove to be necessary in relationships where storms and recriminations will probably be inevitable.
Bob Weir has a passionate and persistent nature when it comes to matters of the heart. This is one of the main reasons why he enjoys affairs – they provide him with an opportunity to test his charms and to see if he can get what he desires. Unfortunately, Bob’s impetuousness and impatience can sometimes lead to problems. He often doesn’t take the time to get to know someone he’s attracted to, which can make them feel uncomfortable. This can also create conflict in his relationships – as he is constantly seeking love and affection, but may not always feel able to receive it, he can become frustrated. This inner conflict is a sign of Bob’s tendency to derive pleasure from suffering – either his own or that of his partners. This can lead to the weakening of the relationship, but Bob could use it as a source of inspiration to find new ways to express himself.
Curious, skeptical, and pragmatic, Bob Weir has a shrewd, inquisitorial mind. He always tries to detect the hidden mechanisms and processes behind the phenomena he observes. As a result, he has developed an ability to detect the truth behind appearances and the cause behind the effect. Although this way of thinking is based on a certain logic, and there is evidence of structure and cohesion in his deductive approach, it is not always purely intellectual. Indeed, its sources lie in a certain empiricism, in facts which have been experienced, so it is open to improvement. For this reason, its fields of application are highly diverse, although research in the hard sciences, psychology, and metaphysics seem to be the best career choices.
Bob Weir 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 Weir can be difficult to understand and follow because of his conflicted childhood and adolescence. He may have a hard time integrating new ideas and concepts or giving his thought structure and coherence. He may have a distaste for study and find it difficult to put in the effort required. He may have feelings of insecurity that undermine his will, making it difficult for him to compete. However, if he overcame these emotions, he has a lot of marketable skills and can find many solutions to his feelings of inadequacy as an adult. He may be hostile or vindictive toward law enforcement agencies or power as adults because of his conflicting childhood and adolescence. He should be careful what he says because of this.