Why Each Zodiac Sign's Feelings Are Unrequited

Why Each Zodiac Sign’s Feelings Are Unrequited


You keep falling for the wrong people who are too oblivious to see your value.


You get attached too easily. You fall for the first person who pays you a little bit of attention.


You don’t know if your feelings are actually unrequited. You haven’t actually talked to this person about how they feel.


You’re too kind. You would give everything to someone who barely even looks at you.

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 interested in the type of person you think would be good for you instead of someone who actually makes sense with you.


You’ve never even spoken to them. They don’t even know your name.


You’re confusing lust with love. You’re confusing someone cute for someone special.


You have bad taste. You’re trying to date people who aren’t interested in monogamy.


You keep selling yourself short. You keep assuming no one would be interested without knowing for sure whether that’s the case.


You never express your feelings. You never give them any indication you’re interested in them.


You’ve been looking for love in the wrong places. You need to try something new.


You’ve been staying in your comfort zone. You haven’t flirted with them, so they don’t know you’re available. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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.