7 Ways To TRULY Love A Libra Woman (As Told By One)

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Listen up!

Libra women are the most fun, social and loving sign in the zodiac. When you first meet her, a Libra charms you with her seductive smile. It feels like the whole room is full of colorful stars. She may have cute dimples, as many Libras do, or another defining feature that you can't resist. Her laugh may be infectious.

The charismatic Libra woman can charm the pants off of the grumpiest man. It's hard to imagine this lady getting angry, but trust me: a Libra woman can hold her own in an argument. Libras love to be loved, and I'm here to show you how to love them.

1. Approach them with sensitivity.

Libras are easily affected by other people's emotions and tend to be empathetic toward others. In fact, we're so empathic that we cry when you're crying. When a Libra is in a relationship, she wants to feel (first and foremost) that her feelings are cherished and respected. If she tells you how she feels about anything at all, you better f*cking listen up and write that sh*t down.

2. Listen to them — really listen — when they're upset.

Libras will swallow their feelings in a sacrificial way to please others. But if she's openly tearful or speaking passionately about a topic, you know that she isn't happy. So you need to listen up.

3. Don't start conflict for no reason.

Libras hate conflict. They would rather give a cat a bath than be around discord. Libras want everyone to hold hands and sing Kumbaya together. Not really, but they do want people to respect one another.

The point is, if your Libra girl is passionately sounding off to you, it means that sh*t is important, and it would behoove you to be interested and help her work it out. The thoughts she's expounding upon have likely been cooped up in her mind for some time and she's finally ready to share them with you.

4. Never call them "intense" or "needy."

Libra is the sign of partnership. They're consistently looking for their soulmate. Let me make something clear: it's not because they're co-dependent as f*ck. No, that's not what that's about. Libras want to feel understood, so she's seeking a partner who truly gets her.

She wears her feelings close to her chest because she doesn't want to get hurt. She will reveal them to you when she's damn ready to let them loose. Don't push a Libra to speak her mind when she's not ready to. She will let it out when she feels like you will get her.

5. Don't doubt their commitment, even if takes time for them to warm up.

But it takes time for a Libra woman to get to that point where they're self-sacrificial in a relationship. Their partner must have proven their love to the Libra. Libra also needs to feel safe to open up. Once she feels like her partner is 100 percent committed to her, she will fly to the moon for that person. I don't know if Neil Armstrong was a Libra, but you get the point.

6. They need to see you love them  with actions, not words.

Remember the famous quote in Jerry Maguire: "Show me the money"? That was written with Libras in mind. No, we're not greedy gold diggers. A Libra woman needs to see that you love her. Just saying "I love you" isn't enough. Take her to her favorite restaurant for dinner. Get her a notebook with an owl on it, because she loves owls. That's the sort of thing they love.

7. Let them have their alone time.

We love to tell stories about our lives. Allowing our partners to hear these anecdotes makes us feel loved and valued. But we also love our alone time and to feel like we have absolute freedom.

Here's an example of a famous Libra who exemplifies my point: Avril Lavigne. She's the quintessential Libra. She expresses herself in an emotional way in her music, which is beautiful. But she also has that "don't mess with my feelings" attitude. She will let you know when you f*cked up.

So if you love a Libra woman, remember these three things:

  1. Appreciate and validate her feelings.
  2. Let her have alone time to decompress.
  3. Show her you love her with your actions.

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