A horoscope is a forecast of a person’s future based on positions of the stars and planets at the time of a person’s birth. Each star sign has different attributes which creates a horoscope for that particular month. Each star sign is compatible for dating and marriage with a fellow zodiac sign.
They say: “It is important for them not to build too much expectation around this idea of perfection, for no one can meet these requirements in real life.”
Both Scorpio and Pisces are Water signs of the zodiac.
It is very important for emotions to be the most intense part of their relationship.
However it is very important for both of these signs to communicate with each other as they don’t often have a healthy conversation about their relationship.
Pisces are very sensitive and when a conversation like this approaches, Pisces will usually be the ones to hurt the most.
Horoscope.com says: “This match can seem stormy, but these two signs are good at weathering the challenges of a relationship, and both can fight during the day – and end up entwined in each other’s arms by night.”
Pisces is the sign of Mercury’s fall and these individuals will often be too closed or lost to have good practical communication.
However Horoscope.com says: “Who better to understand a fish than a fellow fish?”
When two Pisces are bought together, they can understand how the other one is feeling without even speaking and can detect it all in the emotions.
The website adds: “Pisces respect each other’s space and know each other’s needs, and together, the pair can be incredibly powerful.”
Astrology.com says that although Pisces can understand each other and respect each other when bought together in a relationship, they may realise that they don’t share the same values as each other.
The problem may be that they are too alike and this can lead to misunderstandings and their priorities may begin to be different.
So the phrase ‘opposites attract’ may be the case for this star sign as Virgo and Pisces are opposing signs but have the best connection.
Published at Thu, 14 May 2020 03:00:00 +0000