The only place a Gemini woman feels really happy is when she’s centre stage. Not a bit to the right, nor to the left, but bang centre where everyone can see her, or to be more precise, where everyone can hear her.
Whether it’s entertaining friends at a party, cutting a dash on the red carpet or captivating an audience at Wembley, these ladies love the limelight.
But who can resist their charms?
Witty, clever and more sparkling than a glass of Moët, they cast a spell quicker than Harry Potter, drawing you closer with each fascinating revelation.
For one thing is certain, Geminis love to talk. About themselves, about other people, about anything, just so long as someone is listening.
It’s not that they want to hog the conversation, it’s just everyone else is so boring!
For a Gemini woman has an exceedingly low boredom threshold and unless you can stimulate her razor-sharp mind you will be dismissed with a yawn.
Peter Pan by nature, they surround themselves with like-minded people to whom age is but a number. This applies even more to romantic partners who must at all times be amusing, entertaining and never act their age, no matter how young.
To win the affection of a Gemini you must be all these things and also broad-minded enough to relish the prospect of a threesome.
The twins of the zodiac, Geminis are quite simply two people in one. Blissfully happy one minute, tragically distraught the next. The life and soul of the party who suddenly gives way to inexplicable melancholy which even they don’t understand.
Naturally, this behaviour can be most disconcerting for anyone in love with a Gemini.
One minute your lover is warm and tender and you feel sure of her love. Five minutes later she is cross and grumpy, finding fault with everything you do. This coupled with the fact that Geminis don’t like to discuss their feelings, being ruled by their heads rather than their hearts doesn’t make life any easier.
Is it any wonder most men think they are too difficult to figure out?
Not that the Gemini woman will waste time on a relationship that’s going nowhere. Sensing anything less than devotion from a partner, she will change course quicker than a speedboat in a force ten gale, confident in the belief that the next relationship will be the perfect one.
For a Gemini woman needs a very special partner.
Not only must he be interesting and hold strong opinions of his own, he should be interested in hers, even if they are very different from his own. Rather than being frustrated by the Gemini’s mood swings he must embrace them and enjoy the ever-changing landscape of her personality. Confident, assertive and capable, he should be able to intellectually challenge this most complex of signs whilst providing the strength and reassurance she requires when dark moods prevail.
Whoever can do this will be well rewarded for a Gemini woman makes a charming companion, who will amuse and entertain until her last breath, seemingly getting younger with each passing year until you are left with an eighteen year old trapped in the body of an eighty year old.
So where does happiness lie for the Gemini woman?
An air sign, Gemini can’t possibly breathe under water so that rules out Cancer, Pisces and Scorpio who will all be too emotional and suffocating for this free spirit.
The earth signs of Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn could bring this floating sign down to earth, but at what a cost – boredom, tedium and daily monotony, all of which are fatal to the spontaneous, fun-loving Gemini.
The exciting fire signs of Aries, Leo and Sagittarius know how to catch the Gemini’s attention and this pairing can work out quite nicely, just so long as the fire sign doesn’t make the mistake of trying to control the willful Gemini.
The natural partner for a Gemini is another air sign. Aquarius will provide the intellectual challenge required while Libra will be happy to accommodate Gemini’s ever changing agenda.
On the surface, a fellow Gemini would appear to be the ideal match, always witty and amusing, never growing old, but what about their dual personalities?
After all, it’s one thing to have three people in a relationship, but to have four is almost indecent.
David Scott is the author of Cloak of Decency.