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Your Approach to Breaking Up



You’ve been dating someone new who is obviously attracted to you, but they simply don’t ring your bell. The way you handle telling them the bad news is greatly influenced by your Sun sign.

Aries, Sagittarius and Aquarius can be blissfully or brutally direct, but at least everyone knows where they stand. For a sensitive soul on the receiving end, it can feel hurtful at first, but hopefully they can cope and move on.

Pisces cannot bear the thought of another person’s pain, so they’ll try a circuitous route, feigning illness, inventing excuses and at times just outright lying in the hopes that the dilemma might somehow disappear.

Cancer is so fearful of emotional hurt that they’ll stress out simply thinking about how to break bad news. Ultimately, they’ll do their best to approach the letdown gently.

Libra is never quite sure what they want and never want to appear less than nice. Rejecting someone doesn’t fit in with their diplomatic image. They may write themselves a script in advance to ensure that they make the break elegantly.

Leo and Capricorn may delay breaking up if they think their date is a social asset. Eventually, when they come to their senses, Leo will explain it carefully and assume the other will understand. Capricorn will emphasis the impracticality of a bad pairing and quickly move on.

Gemini might postpone the break since they always like to keep a few lovers in queue. From their duplicitous point of view, a date for empty evenings is a wise idea.

Virgo may agonize since they dislike making anyone feel unwanted, but eventually they’ll get around to it. They’re likely to make themselves feel better by making up a few faults to justify their rejection of their date.

Taurus and Scorpio usually take their time to click, so may pause to consider whether a few more dates might not do the trick. When it doesn’t, they’ll be straightforward since they don’t see the point in beating around the bush.

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