It’s no secret that every couple fights. Relationships are tricky, and outside forces, bad moods, and children often get in the way. In a time of the pandemic, stress piles even higher. One way to learn about possible hot spots in relationships is to do a tarot card Relationship Spread. But if you don’t have the time or access to get your cards read, just double-check the list below to see if you fall into any of the danger groups.
Scorpio and Aries
Scorpios and Aries can be initially attracted to each other, considering they are both under Mars. They are both passionate and would definitely be attracted to each other initially. But this is a double-edged sword because, for both signs, this passion can easily turn to jealousy. Scorpios are intense and can be mysterious, though Aries are very forthright and say what they mean. A Scorpio will hold grudges for a long time and needs a partner that can understand her mood swings and difficulties. The Aries is not such a partner. They are not patient or subtle, so dealing with a Scorpio’s difficulties will not be easy for them.
Taurus and Aquarius
Aquarius lovers are distant and independent, while a Taurus is reliable and trustworthy. A Taurus needs time to build trust, and the Aquarius is not going to offer that time. It is too bad because a Taurus is a passionate, generous lover, but the Aquarius will likely not stick around long enough to find out. These two would not make a great couple because they just fundamentally want different things. An Aquarius wants to be free of both expectations and partners. A Taurus, on the other hand, is interested in a long-term relationship. Taurus needs peace, while Aquarius needs excitement. If they get together at all, they will not stay together because of these polar differences.
Gemini and Capricorn
Gemini, ruled by Mercury, has a lot going on. They love to express themselves and be spontaneous. They will be the life of the party and want someone to have a great time with. Capricorns are very serious, which causes some friction. Gemini and Capricorn’s communication styles are totally different as well, as Gemini are very effusive while Capricorns like to think before they speak. Capricorns are not natural-born communicators. This can lead to problems down the road, and the vocal Gemini, who are just looking for a good time will end up resenting the reluctant Capricorns. Capricorns are always going to follow the rules, while the feisty Gemini is happy cutting corners. This will cause a rift as time goes on. Fundamentally, because Capricorns take a long time to warm up, they might never get a Gemini hold, since they are always on the move.
Sagittarius and Virgo
Sagittarians are really fun and love to go afterlife. They are very intense, love to learn, and are interested in trying new things. Because Virgos like to take their time and plan things out carefully, these two-star signs would not make a good match.
Sagittarius would simply not understand the Virgo sentiments, as they can be critical and demanding. As time goes on, both Virgos and Sagittarians can start feeling trapped by each other. Because they both tend to be more intellectual than emotional, when they do want to open up about their feelings, they will not really be able to do so and will be left with no way to be emotionally intimate.
Libra and Cancer
The problem with these two signs is crystal clear. Cancer wants an emotional connection, and Libra wants a mental connection. Since Cancers are known for being moody, this could quickly get under their zen-seeking Libra lover’s skin.
Cancers want to stay home while Libras prefer going out. They both feel passionate about their opinions on this matter, so this will not be a good long-term match. Since Cancers value privacy, they can get jealous of Libras and their desire to go out so much. When this jealousy strikes, Libra will pull back even more into their airy nature, and this will create a further rift.
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