What Intangible Thing Each Zodiac Sign Wishes They Would Get From Santa

What Intangible Thing Each Zodiac Sign Wishes They Would Get From Santa This Year

Aries

Confidence. So you don’t always have to fake feeling good about yourself.

Taurus

Self-acceptable. So you stop spending so much time doubting yourself.

Gemini

Purpose. So you can choose a career that fits you and makes you feel fulfilled.

Cancer

True love. So you can settle down and start creating a home for yourselves.

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Leo

Inner peace. So you stop feeling so angry and unsure all the time.

Virgo

Trust. So you can finally open up to someone else and let down your walls.

Libra

Genuine happiness. So you stop trying to find joy in material items.

Scorpio

Self-love. So you stop looking for validation from others.

Sagittarius

Comfort. So you stop moving from place to place, not knowing where you belong.

Capricorn

Deeper knowledge. So you finally feel as smart as you try to convince everyone else you are.

Aquarius

Confidence. So you stop comparing yourself to everyone else you see on social media.

Pisces

True friendships. So you stop feeling so alone and isolated. 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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