Saturn in 1st House
A person with Saturn in 1st House has the following characteristics:
He/She has a stern expression and always giving the impression to others that he/she always has some kind of serious concern.
Besides, when others see him/her, he/she seems to take small things seriously and to keep worrying forever.
There is a tendency that he/she may have grown up in a strict and unloving parent or family environment, being denied his/her free self-expression from them, and forming a suppressed personality.
He/She overcomes many of the hardships and setbacks he/she experienced when he/she was young with his/her effort and perseverance, and the knowledge and experience that he/she has acquired and accumulated may be a guide for success with long-term efforts since becoming an adult.
At an early stage in his/her life, he/she might have suffered some kind of physical disability due to serious accidents or illnesses, and the aftereffects may afflict him/her over the later life.
He/She has a poor sense of self-affirmation, so he/she is more likely to feel guilty or regret in his/her acts and his/her existence itself and is critical and derogatory to them.
Also, he/she can easily undertake and prioritize the demands of others and gets his/her own needs on the back burner.
He/She has a strong sense of responsibility and is prone to struggling mightily to fulfill the responsibilities he/she owes entirely.
Due to the various hardships he/she experienced when he/she was young, his/her mind is dominated by anxiety and melancholy.
So, he/she will have an inherent distrust of others and organizations and forms a personality that he/she cannot build good relationships with others.
Besides, he/she avoids close communication with people as much as possible in the choice of work and spending leisure time.
Then, he/she comes to prefer to spend time lonely.
As a result, those experiences create the personality that is unconfident, cautious, timid, and shy in everything and expresses him/herself in an awkward and standoffish manner, always worrying about the concerns and needs of those around someone.