Just like any sign, Aries has their share of bad habits, but it’s nothing they can’t unlearn. Check your sun, moon & rising signs.
Aries wants to conquer the world overnight, which means they have a tendency to take on too much at once, not finish the projects they start, or have the inability to sit and do nothing. These habits can be tempered by learning patience and delayed gratification. Everyone needs ambitiousness, but Rome wasn’t built in a day, and Aries must realize that unless they have an unlimited amount of resources at their disposal it can be impossible to check everything off their list alone.
Aries is also known for being inconsiderate towards others. They also have a tendency to break things and even injure themselves. While there may seem like no correlation with the first trait, all 3 bad habits can be halted by exercising mindfulness and learning to take things slow. Aries is inconsiderate towards others’ feelings only because they have a desire to wrap things up quickly, which is the same mindset that leads them to carelessly break things or hurt themselves. There is no need to rush people through their feelings or words, or rush through a task or to a destination. What is so important that you must always move at lightning speed? People’s emotional safety as well as your own physical safety can benefit from you operating at a slower pace. Learn to treat people, objects, and yourself with more careful consideration.
Lastly, because Aries is competitive and always wants to come out on top, they have a tendency to be sore losers or even bossy and domineering towards others. Moreover, they can be selfish and push others to the sidelines to satisfy their own needs. Aries must learn that not everything is a game and situations and people shouldn’t be seen as either a win or loss. When others are involved, you must learn to share the spotlight with others and place other’s needs before your own sometimes. Considering other people’s needs before your own doesn’t mean you’re losing out on anything or getting the leftovers. It’s okay to want the best for yourself, but the best isn’t always enjoyable if you’re not sharing that moment with others.