Here’s the truth: understanding the emotions of your partner is like the 6th language of love.
When it comes to a Taurus-Virgo relationship, a Virgo might have trouble deciphering the feelings and emotions from a Taurus, while a Taurus might have a hard time fulfilling the sensitive needs of a Virgo.
So, first thing’s first: understand the emotions of both a Taurus and a Virgo and how different they can be.
1. A Taurus usually keeps their feelings to themselves.
“Reserved” fits them best. They will shove their emotions down their own throats and keep them there. They will close themselves off if they have to. They ignore their problems and feelings until they go away. Sometimes it takes a while for them to open up, and sometimes, they just won’t do it at all.
2. A Virgo will let you know how sensitive they can be.
A Virgo will usually, if not always, open up and express themselves. When they keep things bottled up, they get anxious. Sometimes they are hesitant to talk about their feelings for fear that they’ll be judged. Still, they show their sensitive side because it makes them feel better.
3. If you’re a Taurus, don’t judge a Virgo for wanting to be organized and in control.
Understand that it’s just their hard-working and organization-obsessed qualities that make them want to “fix” whatever problems you have. Virgos like being in control. Don’t judge them. They’re sensitive, remember?
4. If you’re a Virgo, don’t push emotions out of a Taurus.
Their stubborn side will come out instead. Fighting with them is pointless. Yes, Virgos, you like feeling in control, but don’t bother. You tend to want to tackle the problems of other people but you have to understand how hard that can be to do with a Taurus. Don’t try to fix them. They won’t budge.
5. Understand that a Virgo likes reassurance.
A Virgo embraces one of the universal love languages: words of affirmation. They want to feel needed. They need to be reassured. If the relationship isn’t good, they’ll do whatever they can to try and change it, and they’ll probably ask if it’s okay. A Virgo is an anxious, sensitive, and (sometimes) needy person. So be it.
6. Understand that a Taurus will want to be independent.
In a way, this goes hand-in-hand with their stubborn quality. They feel as if they can do things on their own. Natural-born leaders or stubbornly selfish and dominant? Maybe a little bit of both? Let it happen.
If both the Taurus and the Virgo knows what to expect from the other person in the relationship, it’s a good match. This relationship can seem easy enough, until it comes to emotions, and then there’s work to be done to try and understand.