This Is Why People Fall In Love With You, Based On Your Birth Month

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Allef Vinicius

January

Because you inspire them every day, and your drive, your passion, and your sense of ambition make them want to experience growth every single day.

February

Because you’re a free spirit, you’re impossible to predict, and they feel like you’re introducing them to fascinating new ideas and concepts all the time.

March

Because in a world that’s a little too fast-paced and frantic, you bring them such a refreshing sense of peace, patience, and relaxed joy.

April

Because you’re motivating, you always find the excitement in anything, and you’re just truly fun to be around.

May

Because you have a palpable strength about you, you have an active interest in so many cool things (art, travel, fun social groups, etc), and you’re so good at just making things happen.

June

Because you’re incredibly very self-aware, you’re endlessly empathetic towards others, you’re in touch with your emotions, and you have a great sense of humor.

July

Because you’re personality has a certain spark to it – you’re friendly, you make people feel comfortable, you ask great questions and you’re a great listener, and you’re really conscientious of other people’s feelings.

August

Because you’re fearless, you go after what you want, and you have a magnetic way about you that effortlessly draws people toward you.

September

Because you’re confident, you have a great work ethic, and you have such a strong curiosity and a passion for learning.

October

Because you have such a warm and affectionate air about you, you make friends so easily, and you’re loyal and thoughtful to your loved ones.   

November

Because your mind never stops moving at a hundred miles a minute, you’re always challenging yourself to be better, and you have such a unique way of thinking.

December

Because you never fail to be generous, you’re always putting everyone else first, and you’re so trustworthy and dependable. TC mark

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