If Cancer is your sign, then happy birthday! Once the weather heats up, you know some Cancers will be celebrating their birthday and contemplating what the future has in store for them in terms of career, happiness, and love!
Since Cancers tend to be home-body, sensitive types, they would do well to look for a partner who is sensitive to their feelings. That sensitivity tends to make a slow, evaluative approach to dating wise for the Cancer. Never one to jump too quickly into their feelings for someone, finding love can be a long and slow process for a Cancer, but once it’s found you’ll realize it was worth the wait!
A Cancers two biggest traits to keep in check in the quest for love and happiness are defensiveness and moodiness. Cancers don’t like to be wrong and have a tendency to get very defensive when put on the spot. This can be burdensome in both relationships and in the dating world. The issue of moodiness can sometimes require a partner with a considerable amount of patience. That’s a quality one should look for when seeking out a potential partner or determining how much longevity their current relationship has.
For Cancers in a relationship, ask yourself how content you really are and how content you’re just acting as a default. Cancers have a major tendency to be content people but trouble arises when this default setting of contentment is without warrant. If you’re feeling stressed or unhappy and can’t pinpoint why, ask yourself, is it because of your relationship?
Your romantic tendencies will serve you well in the dating world. And since you are not afraid of life adjustments, you should have little trouble getting back on your feet after a relationship or bouncing back from a bad streak of dates.
Above all, look for stability in the dating world. You’ll know you’ve found your match when you spot the stable partner who is sensitive to your needs and ready to settle down and create a life with you. The temptation to engage in the wild, exotic fling will only result in heartbreak. Go for it if you insist, but don’t say you weren’t warned!