Sunday, January 01, 2006

Cancer Profile and 2006 Forecast

2006: Relationships, relationships, relationships. That's your focus during the first half of 2006, particularly January and February. Prepare to be approached by someone you've been seeing on an extremely casual basis -- someone who's ready to commit, and who hopes you're willing to do the same. Throughout 2006, keep an extra careful eye on your finances. You should also put a bit of cash aside. You may need it for professional reasons around the end of March or the beginning of April. At some point in the fall, you might pick up a new part-time freelance gig that will take you in a wildly new direction if you let it. The universe may be trying to nudge you into a whole new profession, and this could be just the beginning. By early winter, if someone from out of town comes to you with an offer (and this someone happens to be quite interesting, exotic and influential), think hard before you automatically refuse it. This could be the one you've been waiting for. Above all else -- and in all departments -- trust your instinct. When has it ever let you down?
Profile: Cancer takes great pleasure in the comforts of home and family. Cancers are maternal, domestic and love to nurture others. More than likely, their family will be large. Cancers will be merry if their home life is serene and harmonious. Traditions are upheld with great zest. They also tend to be patriotic.
Cancerians are quick to retreat into their shells if it suits their mood. The flip side of this hiding is that Crabs are often quite moody. In keeping with their difficulty sharing their innermost feelings, it can become a Herculean task to pry a Crab out of its secret hiding place. Give the Crab time -- eventually these folks come out to play again.
That shell isn't the only tough thing about Crabs. These folks are tenacious and strong-willed and like to get their way. If their well-documented kindness and gentleness doesn't do the trick, however, they're not above emotional manipulation. If that still doesn't work, they'll just go back to their shell and sulk. That said, any self-respecting Crab would tell you that they are ultimately motivated by protecting their home and loved ones, a most noble goal.

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