Each star sign in the zodiac has different qualities, needs, and desires when it comes to finding love and being in love. Pisces, the 12th sign in the zodiac, is represented by the Fish.
Astrology experts have predicted what’s in store for Pisces today and in the coming days, offering advice to those born under the Fish sign.
Today, December 11, Pisces is urged to “keep an open mind”.
Horoscope.com said: “Rather than having just one major relationship at the moment, you seem to be working on a number of them all at once.
“There is plenty of room to experiment and find out which ones are really suited to your true nature.
“You may come to some conclusions, but it may still benefit you to keep an open mind for a while longer.”
This week, astrologists have predicted Pisces will get on well – romantically and otherwise – with Cancer and other fellow Pisces.
Pisces are feeling especially “sympathetic, empathetic, creative, and romantic” this week, according to Horoscope.com.
Over the weekend, Pisces is urged not to make any plans if any feelings of uncertainty arise.
Horoscope.com said: “You could feel unsure of yourself during the sun-Neptune square over the weekend, so try not to plan any first dates or events where you have to be ‘on’.
“You’d quite honestly rather lie around and dream about your soulmate than meet them right now.”
When it comes to generally being or falling in love, physical touch is important to Pisceans.
Horoscope.com added: “Pisces can be incredibly sensual when they’re feeling deeply in love, but isn’t a sign that ever fakes anything.
“When things are working between these two, they bring out the best in each other.
“Because both Pisces and Virgo are mutable signs, they tend to be accepting of each other and find little to argue about.”
As well as Virgo, Pisceans are attracted to Scorpios and, interestingly, their fellow Pisceans.
Pisceans are passionate and intense lovers, according to Horoscope.com.
The astrology experts said: “A relationship with a Pisces is a roller-coaster ride that will make you feel your feelings – even the bad ones – and help you emerge as a better, more honest person.”