If you’re into astrology, then you probably ask your dates fairly quickly what his or her sign is. Why? Because you want to know if your astrology signs will be compatible. After all, some signs seem to go very well together, while others tend to clash. Good news is that there have been successful relationships even among those astrology signs that people associate with clashing.
For example, if you’re a stubborn Taurus and you meet another stubborn Taurus, does that mean that your relationship is doomed? Not necessarily. That characteristic of stubbornness is something you both can work on moving forward, as you are able to learn things like compromise and letting go of things.
What about polar opposites?
You may be curious to know if polar opposites can work. I mean, if you’re a Libra, you may want to mingle with a Scorpio just for some adventure. Will it work out in the long run? Perhaps. It’s not so much that you have to be the same kind of person in order to survive a relationship. It goes much deeper than that, but if you’re both on the same wavelength, your chances are much greater.
Love vs. hate signs
There are some love-hate signs that may not work out, but in the beginning the relationship tends to be very passionate. Take an Aquarius and a Cancer, for example. The free-spirited, party-lover Aquarius just wants to be out and about living adventures, while the Cancer simply wants to be home reading a book or watching a good movie. There may be some initial chemistry, but after a while, they may get bored with each other due to their differences. Can it work out? Perhaps, but it may become exhausting trying over and over again.
Matchmaking according to astrological signs is certainly something to be interested in and pay attention to, but don’t put all of your emphasis there. There have been plenty of relationships where the signs don’t seem to fit, but the relationship soars. It’s not always about the astrological plane, but the earthly plane too and some are just better at compromise and making relationships full of ease and flow. Have fun with the comparisons, but don’t be too rigid and you’ll be just fine.