While every household will play by different rules, understanding each zodiac sign’s innate domestic style can help you sort it out.
What it like living with an Aquarius?
For the social Aquarius family member, friends become part of the extended family.
Shared DNA is not a prerequisite for being in Aquarius’ inner circle. Their ever-expanding entourage may become their de facto extended and “chosen” family. They’re an idealist and a visionary. In order to feel related to people they need a shared outlook on life. This doesn’t always come through their bloodline, but if it does, lucky them! They’ll be BFFs with any relatives who see the world through the same colorful kaleidoscope that they do.
In spite of ideological differences, the Aquarius family member has a unique ability to radar in on common ground (even if the search is like finding a needle in a haystack). Their family may push all their buttons, but it’s likely that they’ll remain loyal and helpful to the end.
They love to provide a fun loving energy at family gatherings. If anyone’s going to kick off the backyard softball game, fire up the barbecue, or bring the cooler filled with refreshments, that’s Aquarius. They’ll get everyone laughing and talking, too, from your 80-year old great aunt to the wee nieces and nephews with whom they have a special affinity. They’re a big kid, after all!
With their adventurous spirit, the Aquarius family member may be too busy hopping from Goa to Ibiza to Burning Man to remember to have children. If they do become a parent, that Baby Bjorn is sure to get a workout. They’re not one to sit at home for long. Their offspring will just have to trek along on their fantastic voyage.
Astrology tip for living with an Aquarius
Although they want to think of themselves as open-minded, they don’t have much tolerance for relatives whose ideals are different from their own. They may judge them as “backwards” or “small-minded,” putting them in a box they can never lift out of. Learning the art of “agreeing to disagree” rather than trying to convince them to see things their way is one way out of that. Otherwise, anger can ensue. When they do hit their limits, their temper can be explosive, burning bridges and whole branches of their family tree.