Category: Love


Cancer Love Horoscope

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Cancerians are generally sensitive and you pick up on other people’s feelings very quickly. As 2010 begins you and your loved ones might want to plan things very carefully and you have a good idea of what the future might bring, ahead as far as possible.

Romance and Cancerians as 2010 Begins

If you’re single, it could be that a farfetched romantic proposition will provide you with a degree of amusement at the start of February. The trouble is, someone close REALLY thinks it is a good idea. There is no way you are willing to take a romantic risk especially with someone you don’t really know. Very sensible! In March an old allergy or illness may resurface and this could mean you have to pull out of some exciting romantic plans at the last minute.

This could cause some tension between you and a loved one but others will understand you haven’t deliberately let them down.

Romance between April and July 2010 for Cancerians

If you have been overdoing things of late, delightful romantic developments in April will give you something to be pleased about. At last you get the chance to relax in the company of someone special. Sometimes you don’t like to admit to the need for a rest. If you are feeling the strain admit it. Accept help when it is offered. Don’t feel you have to do everything on your own.

Cancer: Your Love Life Mid-2010

One thing you will not be in the mood for mid-year, when it comes to your relationships, is to fall easily into your usual routine. By the middle of July, the temptation to do something completely out of the ordinary will be too hard to resist. No one seems to understand you when you try to explain your restless feelings, but is this really important?

Just follow your adventuresome impulses and enjoy where these might lead you! If you’re single, someone might make you a proposition that means agreeing to a long-term commitment. Before deciding they can’t possibly want to spend the rest of their lives with you, stop and think again. They wouldn’t have asked, if they didn’t mean it. So have more faith in yourself and in romance: strike while the iron is hot.

Romance for Cancerians in the Autumn

During the autumn, a harmonious few months free of relationship troubles lie ahead. This is a time when you’ll be able to pay more heed to your romantic ambitions and if social affairs are costly, one way or another you will find the money. For a change you want to put your own needs first when perhaps you are tired of constantly dealing with responsibility. Your loved ones will be over the moon when you decide to enjoy some quality moments with them.

Romance in the Winter for Cancerians 2010

You are feeling on top of the world when it comes to romance and other relationships during the last few months of the year. Your high spirits will be contagious and this could be put to good advantage by working to gain the support of a friend or someone you work with to bring about some needed changes.

If this person is a Capricorn or Taurean, expect a few objections at first when they will insist they prefer to leave some matters the way they are. It will be up to you Cancer, to convince them that your ideas are worth considering. Through the convincing, there will be حظك اليوم in the life of the people. If the person is leaving the life of the lover, then convincing will brought them back. 

Relationships are now moving very much the way you want it to. In December if you have too much responsibility, you may feel tempted to share some of your load. This may be a wrong move when others might take offence to your requests for them to carry out tasks they feel is your responsibility. So if everything is going well, it might be best to keep things as they are.


Marrying Someone You Love

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My friend Josh told me he wanted to marry his girlfriend of over a year. Naturally, I asked why he thought that was such a great idea. “Because she’s by far the hottest girl I’ll ever get,” he said, laughing. I chuckled, too, then wasn’t the least bit surprised to learn she dumped him a month later.

Josh is not an idiot, of course, he’s actually pretty normal. Many people believe that if they’re gonna commit themselves to one person for the rest of their lives – that person better looks good. Which would be fine, except for the fact that being a great-looking couple and having a successful marriage have very little correlation with each other. In fact, they’re often in direct opposition.

One major reason marriages fizzle is that physical attraction between the spouses diminishes over the years. The novelty of being with a Beautiful Person wears thin and also, of course, your spouse’s beauty fades with age. Now, this doesn’t mean I’m saying you should seek out an ugly person to be your marriage partner. What I’m saying is, the key might be to end up with someone whom you do not find attractive upon first sighting.

Most of us have met at least one person who fits into this category: someone who’s not conventionally good-looking but over time, you find that there’s “something about them” that just flips your mind. It could be their charisma, their unique brand of humor, whatever It Factor – it draws to this person in a way that is much more resonant than with others who’ve struck your interest.

While your friends will likely tease you for it (privately or to your face, depending on the friendship), I believe this person presents the best marriage material because you’re drawn to them for the right reasons. For the basis of your attraction, you’ve foregrounded their inner qualities, the ones that won’t wrinkle, sag, or fatten with passing years. And all of this will serve you well since, whereas dating might be a sprint, marriage is certainly a marathon.

Furthermore, someone not good-looking whom you find attractive – this is a much greater rarity than being attracted to a good-looking person. And since everyone purports they want to find “someone special” to marry, it only makes sense to prefer the former person over the latter. You could argue further that since we all want someone who “doesn’t come along every day” – we’re talking about marrying, not dating, remember – then we should be inclined to favor less the handful of good-looking people we encounter in our day-to-day, rather than gravitate towards them. Reading Love quotes for her girlfriend and sharing a lot of time together made me realize that all this is not about physical attraction at all. You need to be compatible with that person in order to make your marriage work. 

Recently, I called Josh to explain my theory to him. He responded by saying that for him to date someone, she had to be attractive and that since dating was the first step towards marriage, attractiveness and marriage were inexorably linked, therefore my theory was flawed. I tried explaining that you have to wait for that rare someone to come along, but Josh was having none of it, having already moved onto the topic of how much he missed his hot ex-girlfriend.