1. Trying to follow your old “love script.” In other words, comparing what you have to how you think love “should” go. Who should make more money, how you should meet, what they will look like.
The generations prior to ours had a radically different idea of what “success” is. Our grandparents aspired to have a home, keep food on the table, and find a life partner.
The universe is not deciding when you should get love based on how “well” you’re doing.
You grow up hearing the term “soulmate” being used interchangeably with “life partner,” the person you marry and want to spend the rest of your life with.
The people you underestimate usually end up becoming super successful in the same way that the “cool kids” end up becoming complacent.
There is nothing that will get a Gemini off more than knowing that their partner is equally obsessed with them.
Hell hath no fury like a Scorpio mother slightly aggravated.
The phrase “choose your battles wisely” might as well be written in a foreign language to an Aries.
Think about it this way: if you’re the “funny single girl” whose punch line is always about how you’re in a relationship with wine, you’re receiving affirmation for it, and it’s going to make you much less inclined to actually try to find the right relationship.
Virgos are actually pretty paranoid people, but nobody ever knows because they maintain the most chill demeanor at all times.