What Makes Each Zodiac Sign Paranoid When It Comes To Relationships 

What Makes Each Zodiac Sign Paranoid When It Comes To Relationships 

Aries

You get paranoid whenever your person cancels plans with you at the last second.

Taurus

You get paranoid whenever your person takes too long to text back.

Gemini

You get paranoid whenever your person isn’t in the mood for sex.

Cancer

You get paranoid whenever your person goes a little too long without saying I love you. 

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Leo

You get paranoid whenever your person goes out partying without you.

Virgo

You get paranoid whenever your person shows up to a date late.

Libra

You get paranoid whenever your person goes a little too long without reassuring you how much they care.

Scorpio

You get paranoid whenever your person comes home late.

Sagittarius

You get paranoid whenever your person mentions an ex.

Capricorn

You get paranoid whenever your person gets drunk without you around.

Aquarius

You get paranoid whenever your person is out of town for too long.

Pisces

You get paranoid whenever your person likes someone else’s Instagram pictures. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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January Nelson is a writer, editor, and dreamer. She writes about astrology, games, love, relationships, and entertainment. January graduated with an English and Literature degree from Columbia University.

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