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What Each Zodiac Learned From Their Last Relationship, According To A Tarot Reader

 What Each Zodiac Learned From Their Last Relationship, According To A Tarot Reader


Your card: 9 Cups

You learned the importance of emotional stability in your relationships. Someone who keeps their feelings to themselves is just not for you. You need someone who will be open and say how they feel.


Your card: 6 of Swords

You learned that change can often break a relationship. Whether you’re the one changing or your partner, a big enough shift in the personal or interpersonal dynamic can be love’s undoing. It can be a quiet shift that leads to an inevitable end.


Your card: 9 of Wands

You learned that long term relationships need grit and stamina to survive. There will always be moments that are hard, but if you run from any difficulty, you’ll miss out on a truly amazing relationship.


Your card: 4 of Pentacles

You learned that the more control someone tries to have, the less love floods the relationship. Power imbalances in relationships lead to unhappiness and even abuse. If a partner is controlling, that’s no partner at all.


Your card: Ace of Cups

You learned that love and compassion always need a place in your relationship. Once that love fades and is gone, there’s no use hanging onto something. Hope for change will only get you so far.


Your card: The Chariot

You learned that overcoming conflict well comes from the cooperation of both partners. If only one of you tries to solve things when there’s a fight, it’s an incredibly one-sided relationship that likely won’t last.


Your card: 8 Cups

You learned that sometimes the hardest–and best–thing you can do is to walk away. Some relationships don’t work, and in the past, you might have stayed way longer than you should have because you thought of ending it as a “failure.”


Your card: Temperance

You learned how important patience can be in a relationship. Not everyone moves at the same speed. When you share your life with someone, each of you needs to consider the speed and attentiveness of the other for it to really work.


Your card: 5 of Pentacles

You learned that if you’re filled with worry and anxiety, that isn’t a good relationship. When you find the one, you’re instead filled with contentment and security. If it doesn’t feel good, then something is clearly wrong.


Your card: 10 of Pentacles

You learned that you need someone with goals and aspirations. You’re a hard worker, so being with someone with no drive or passion will ultimately make you feel alone in the relationship. You need balance, and that includes dating someone who thinks of the future.


Your card: 10 of Wands

You learned that real love shouldn’t be filled with struggle. Sure, bad things happen that you’ll sometimes need to overcome as a couple, but if not a single moment isn’t laced with struggle and burdens, that love is destined for failure.


Your card: King of Cups

You learned that you need emotional balance to be happy in a relationship. You’re notoriously emotional, which can lead you to partners who are less-so. Ultimately, you need someone more on your level so there’s a healthy back-and-forth.

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