Why Each Zodiac Sign Falls So Hard And Fast 

Why Each Zodiac Sign Falls So Hard And Fast 


Your emotions are extremes. Either you want nothing to do with someone or you feel like they’re the best thing that’s ever happened to you.


You’re in love with the idea of love. You think it’s the most beautiful thing in the world.


You’re a sucker for anyone who gives you even the slightest amount of affection.


You hate casual relationships and want to jump straight to the serious parts.

For the person who is always googling astrological compatibility when they meet someone new.
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For the person who is always googling astrological compatibility when they meet someone new.

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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You’re an optimist. You always hope for the best when you meet someone special.


You’re in a rush to settle down. You never want to move too slow.


You’re a hopeless romantic. You’re always hoping the person you’ve just met is the one. 


You hate being single so whenever someone new comes along, you jump at the chance to get to know them better.


You get attached easily. You don’t know how to play it cool.


You know exactly what you want. When you find it, you don’t want to let it go.


You have an obsessive personality. Once someone catches your attention, you never want to leave their side.


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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.