We all know the classic “traits” of each zodiac sign: Scorpios are sexy, Taurus is stubborn, Geminis are “double-sided” (seriously, what happens with all the hatred towards Gemini?). The list goes on.
However, these characteristics are not necessarily true. This is why we have compiled a list of the most overlooked qualities of your sign: to wake everyone up. Not all Capricorns are workaholic CEOs and not all Leos are IG influencers in training.
Here is the other side of your zodiac sign that is usually overlooked:
When you fall, you fall strong and you will do everything to woo your boo by letting them take the lead in planning dates.
You are incredibly centered and you know how to live in the moment.
You’re the one organizing the Google Hangs group and listening to your friend talk about their roommate. You are a real best friend.
Plus, you’re always ready to share your networking skills, which – as a bonus – stimulates your own success.
The truth is that you give everything – resources, contacts, compliments, whatever – to anyone who needs a boost. You have a great personality, yes, but your heart is even bigger.
But despite your cool vibe, you have a slow-burning temper that comes out when you are really pushed (after being calm for much longer than you should be). Overall, you are 95% cold, but the remaining 5%… be careful!
But you have the intensity to make sure you’re always heard, no matter what.
But when people get to know the real you, they will find the calm and kindness that might surprise them.
You say it as it is and sometimes you even get in trouble for your brutal nature. However, you still have an imaginative side. You are always ready to exchange stories and tell others about your feelings, even if some of your stories are not 100% true.
The atmosphere of your dreams is your most overlooked feature – enjoy it more!
You know how to make your colleagues laugh with your sarcasm.
This feature will allow you to crush it at work, but avoid fierce tactics as they can backfire.
This helps you understand people and situations at a deeper level before you decide to dive or swim.