What Each Zodiac Sign Shouldn't Be So Shy About

What Each Zodiac Sign Shouldn’t Be So Shy About


Your accomplishments. You’ve done some great things. You’re allowed to brag about them.


Your smile. Your laugh. Don’t let your insecurities stop you from letting loose and having fun. The most beautiful thing you could do is smile.


Your crushes. You are allowed to feel. You are allowed to get butterflies. Don’t hide your emotions away because they deserve to run free.

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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Your dreams. Don’t worry about what the critics will say. Dream big — and announce those dreams to the world. Visualize your own success.


Your kinks. You shouldn’t be shy when it comes to sex. Be vocal about what you want because you deserve pleasure.


Your relationship. You’re allowed to brag about your partner. You’re allowed to scream your love from the rooftops.


Your fears. You don’t have to keep them to yourself. You can share them. You can admit what has been running through your mind.


Your body. Everyone has insecurities, but you should be proud of your body. It’s what keeps your heart pumping. It’s what keeps you alive.


Your interests. Your passions matter. You shouldn’t be embarrassed to talk about them. You should ramble to your heart’s content.


Your failures. You don’t have to hide your past mistakes from everyone. You can talk about how much you’ve grown, how much you’ve learned.


Your past. You don’t have to hide any part of yourself. You don’t have to be afraid to talk about what you’ve been through.


Your opinions. You have a voice. You’re allowed to use it. Your opinions are just as important as anyone else’s. 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.