Each Zodiac Sign's Dating Strength

Each Zodiac Sign’s Dating Strength

Aries

You’re good at making the first move, sending the first text, initiating the first kiss.

Taurus

You’re good at getting others to feel comfortable in your presence.

Gemini

You’re good at actively listening and making others feel heard.

Cancer

You’re good at making other people feel special, like they’re the only one in the room.

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Leo

You’re good at seeing through masks and looking at the real, authentic person beneath.

Virgo

You’re good with first impressions. You always come across as friendly and approachable.

Libra

You’re good at getting people to open up to you, ask you for advice, and trust you enough to tell you secrets.

Scorpio

You’re good at breaking the ice and getting people laughing.

Sagittarius

You’re good at flirting, at giving compliments, at making others feel attractive.

Capricorn

You’re good at coming up with interesting conversation topics that keep the date fun.

Aquarius

You’re good at setting a lighthearted, fun tone. You take away the awkwardness.

Pisces

You’re good at turning an average day into a fun, exciting adventure. 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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