Taurus and Aries Relationship
can Taurus and Aries relationship work?
The Aries likes to be the dominant force within a relationship and much will depend on whether the Taurus is willing to adopt the subordinate role. There are certainly many aspects of their nature that could spark an initial attraction according to a standard Taurus Aries compatibility reading. The Taurus will be inspired by the more confident and outgoing Aries. In return, the Aries will benefit from the more down-to-earth approach that the Taurus can bring to the relationship. If they can quickly establish their roles within the relationship this will boost their compatibility considerably but it may not be as straightforward as it sounds.
The Taurus could struggle to live life in the fast lane. They may also experience conflict when it comes to financial matters. The Taurus is usually good at making money but Aries is equally adept at spending it. The Aries also likes to be entertained and may become frustrated by the less imaginative Taurus. They could eventually become irritated at the slow and methodical approach of the Taurus as the Aries do crave spontaneity.
They could be in for a short, but highly charged physical relationship. As is often the case, opposites can attract rather like a magnet. They are quite likely to enjoy a very passionate and exciting time together when they first meet. The more sensual Taurus makes for an ideal sexual partner for the bold and direct Aries. The difficulty with this pairing is finding realistic prospects for longevity in the relationship. What initially attracts them may turn out to be the very things that pull them apart. Should this partnership start to disintegrate, there will surely be problems. The Taurus can be extremely obstinate and fight their corner ferociously and the Aries can be prone to temperamental outbursts. This conflict in their characteristics is also clear domestically. The Taurus is much more of a stay-at-home person than the Aries. If it develops into a battle of wills it is difficult to see a positive outcome.