Scorpio is a powerful sign of the zodiac. A Scorpio man wants to lead and dominate in all aspects of his life. In a relationship he can be intense; not all women can handle this. If you are thinking of dating a Scorpio man, you’ll need to be compatible personality-wise. Ways to do this include being responsive and easy-going, affectionate and devoted.
A Scorpio man is easy-going and charming, which makes it easy for him to woo the opposite sex. From the start, he likes to take the dominant role in a relationship. Let him seduce you; he enjoys doing it. Play hard to get at first, but give in once he’s enjoyed the chase. He likes a woman to be submissive and allow him to express his strong opinions. A Scorpio man also gets very jealous easily. He'll feel more secure about your relationship if you don't look at other men.
It’s important for you to balance out his intensity. Two intense people in a relationship don't work. A Scorpio man can be difficult to deal with, especially his angry outbursts. You should be easy-going. Don’t be overly sentimental and demand emotional intimacy; a Scorpio man doesn’t like the idea of this; it makes him feel vulnerable. Practice patience and perseverance. A Libra woman is not a good match -- there will be personality clashes as the relationship deteriorates.
Sex and Affection
Scorpio is a highly sexual sign of the zodiac. To him, it isn’t just about the physical act of sex though. It is about connecting on a deep and passionate level with one another. A high sex drive attracts a Scorpio man. For this reason, Capricorn and Scorpio are an ideal sexual match. It’s also important for you to be able to show affection easily, so he knows you care as much about him as he cares about you.
It’s easy to misunderstand a Scorpio’s jealousy and possessiveness. To attract a Scorpio man, you need to be devoted and understand that he finds it hard to express his true feelings and emotions. He is very sensitive and will act insecurely because he’s afraid to be hurt. Reassure him that you understand and care for his feelings.
- "Love Signs"; Jenny Kosarin; 2006
- "Signmates: Understanding the Games People Play"; Bernie Ashman; 2000