How the Zodiac Signs Fall in Love, First Edition

Modern love is strange, turning most of us—especially those who seek love through their zodiac signs—into a jumble of seething, blundering emotions. In romance, the globe has always looked to the stars for advice—or hope—and today's lovers are just as likely to consult their horoscopes or natal charts for counsel.





Astrologer and tarot reader Anisha Banerji, known as TarotbyAnisha on Youtube, gives some indications of how each zodiac sign handles love. She advises readers to check their Sun sign, Moon, and Venus positions for more information. The zodiac signs fall in love how?






Ariens, the zodiac's newborns, aren't shy about love. Love is an experience for them. Their spouses may be charmed by the attention, but it takes time to build a true relationship. They usually need two relationships to figure it out.


Venus rules Taurus, which symbolizes love, beauty, and romance. Taureans appreciate earthy comfort and indulge their partners. Taureans are obstinate and may stay in unsatisfying relationships longer than necessary.


Geminis adore their voices and captivated audiences. Although their flirting with outsiders may make their lovers uncomfortable, one should not take their actions too seriously. Their words express their feelings. Let them vent in that place.


Cancerians love home yet are the zodiac's biggest flirts. They know how to charm you because they know what moves you. Still, they like their solitude and rarely embark on unplanned expeditions. For them, familiarity breeds affection, not hate.


Leo is the extroverted teen to Aries' immaturity. They make the finest companions since they are naturally generous and will spoil you. They desire their spouse to start adventures; they don't want to act as the leader.


Since Virgo is the most analytical sign, their romance is intriguing. They may not enjoy flowers, but they will love you for helping them. Virgos might be picky and unhappy when their spouses don't meet their high standards.

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