What You Would Never Realize Each Zodiac Sign Is Super Insecure About

What You Would Never Realize Each Zodiac Sign Is Super Insecure About

Aries

You’re worried your friends don’t actually like you as much as you like them.

Taurus

You’re worried you’re going to make every single social interaction awkward.

Gemini

You’re worried you’re never going to catch up to your friends who have already reached success.

Cancer

You’re worried people only spend time with you because you do so many favors for them.

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How You’ll Do Everything Based On Your Zodiac Sign includes an exhaustive analysis of each sign’s personality. You’ll learn which high school clique represents them (Pisces are the cool art kids), who would get eaten first in a scary movie (Gemini, obviously) to how each sign prefers to say ‘I love you’ (for Taurus, it’s with good food). Alternating between silly, sweet, and serious, this book is filled with deep dives into the mind of everyone whose birth chart you can get your hands on.

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Leo

You’re worried you’re not conventionally ‘pretty’ enough.

Virgo

You’re worried you’re going to screw up every good thing that happens to you.

Libra

You’re worried you’re never going to fall in love and have someone love you back.

Scorpio

You’re worried you’re not good enough to reach your main goals in life.

Sagittarius

You’re worried no one else is ever going to understand you.

Capricorn

You’re worried you’re going to disappoint your partner and your parents.

Aquarius

You’re worried you’re never going to get over your past experiences and baggage.

Pisces

You’re worried you annoy the people you love the most. 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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