The Encouraging Words From Ariana Grande Each Zodiac Sign Needs On November 6

The Encouraging Words From Ariana Grande Each Zodiac Sign Needs On November 6

Aries: March 21 – April 19th

“Love is a really scary thing, and you never know what’s going to happen. It’s one of the most beautiful things in life, but it’s one of the most terrifying. It’s worth the fear because you have more knowledge, experience, you learn from people, and you have memories.”

Taurus: April 20th – May 20th

“Be happy with being you. Love your flaws. Own your quirks. And know that you are just as perfect as anyone else, exactly as you are.”

Gemini: May 21st – June 20th

“I’ve done the bad-boy thing. It was fun for a good three months. But the thing about bad boys is, you have to keep in mind, you’re never gonna marry a bad boy.”

Cancer: June 21st – July 22nd

“Learn from your mistakes. Take responsibility and forgive yourself.”

Leo: July 23rd – August 22nd

“Don’t ever doubt yourselves or waste a second of your life. It’s too short, and you’re too special.”

Virgo: August 23rd – September 22nd

“I don’t feel much pressure to fit in. I never have. I’ve always just wanted to do my thing. I have really good friends and good family, and if I don’t fit in somewhere else, I fit in at home.”

Libra: September 23rd – October 22nd

“If anything, we should feel sorry for the people who want us to feel bad about ourselves, because they are the ones struggling for approval.”

Scorpio: October 23rd – November 21st

“Only be with somebody if they make you feel like the best version of yourself. You can’t sacrifice yourself for anybody, you know?”

Sagittarius: November 22nd – December 21st

“Everyone is beautiful, everyone is perfect and everyone is lovely.”

Capricorn: December 22nd – January 19th

“If you’re passionate about something then it will definitely work out for you.”

Aquarius: January 20th – February 18th

“I think it’s so important for girls to love themselves and to treat their bodies respectfully.”

Pisces: February 19th – March 20th

“I feel like when I try to fit in, it comes across as not genuine, and that is not good. I’d rather just do me and have people say, ‘Oh. That’s interesting,’ than try to fit in.” Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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