No Nonsense Dr. Phil

by | Sep 22, 2007 | Celebrity Astrology, Virgo | 1 comment

dr philDr. Phil: 1 September 1950

Razor sharp analytical ability and no-nonsense approach to all problems great and small makes Dr. Phil America’s most wanted mental health expert. Virgo’s fixer upper reputation and compassion for the underdog perfectly suits Dr. Phil’s occupation. Yes, Virgos make great therapists, for they love to talk, talk, talk (Mercury) and examine, fix and improve (Virgo). And as for advice, he’s got plenty of practical suggestions, a Virgo specialty. Lonely? “You’re only lonely if you’re not there for you.” Sick? “You need to listen to your body because your body is listening to you.” Overweight? “Get up each morning, look at yourself in the mirror, and see yourself not as someone who is overweight or out of shape, but as the someone you will become.” Virgo is the master of naming the elusive obvious in plain English – which we could all use from time to time. As one of the most self-aware signs of the Zodiac, Dr. Phil’s heightened awareness makes self-improvement available to everyone.

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1 Comment

  1. Lise

    You’re so good to all of us Virgos. Thanks for the perspective. In typical V-fashion, I always cring at my sign’s aspects but I love how you spin it into something positive! I don’t read too many discussions about Virgos that seem to be able to do that! Thanks Jessica!

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