Where can i find my full detailed horoscope or different types of horoscopes on the web?
Answer by moderatorlinkfromgaiaisgay
put in western astrology
you can also put in your own sign and you should get lots of good results
Also try (your sign) + compatibility
or (your sign) + career
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How to have a beautiful relationship?
I love my boyfriend dearly, but sometimes we run out things talk about and sometimes I think he only with me because im pretty (not conceded, just people tell me all the time but i don’t believe it), and sex. How can I have a beautiful relationship, with communication that is strong?
btw i believe in horoscopes, im a pieces and he’s a Gemini
Answer by Thought Officer
Believing in horoscopes isn’t a good start. The more emotional your logic is, the more you expect some fairy-tale version of a relationship the more likely you are to put unfair stressors on the relationship.
The most functional relationships will be ones of logic and understanding. You can’t always have something to talk about with someone. Trying doing activities together instead, and getting comfortable with silence. There are more ways to communicate that verbally.
Answer by norcekri
Ditto on the horoscopes. First of all, the ones published in the major news channels and magazines (1) are not at all personalized, as required by astrological principles; (2) utterly bogus: the people writing the columns will often admit that they use *no* casting system whatsoever; (3) have been statistically shown to be worthless, to both believers and non-believers.
Now, to the *real* question. You need to start investing in your future together. Yes, physical attraction is certainly a good first sign, and continued sexual compatibility is a great indicator. However, it seems that you’re not developing yourselves and each other.
What long-term goals do each of you have that the other can support? What activities do you support together? Are you sitting around the apartment sighing over each other, or are you joining together to do things that neither of you could do as well alone?
What interests do the two of you *not* share? Why not? I’ve had relationships fueled by things we *didn’t* have in common. From my exes, I’ve learned about Japanese history and culture, rock-climbing, Dungeons & Dragons, sailing and water skiing, southern cuisine, pencil sketching, Dr. Who, … you get the idea.
In addition, we’ve done new things as a couple: square dancing, Argentine tango, conversational French, home building, protecting a non-profit organization, judo, pottery, macrame, … and again, you get the idea.
Yes, we’ve found things that really don’t interest *both* of us. However, the attempts are important to the trust in the relationship, and the successes have been a life-long boon to me. If you can’t afford a new hobby or don’t want to pay for anything, check out the volunteering opportunities in your area. There area a lot of places where you can trade time for learning about something new.
In short, grow *together*.
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