Dating someone same birthday astrology
For example, my husband and I are in a band with people much younger than we are. He took off playing so hit song from our era, while on a break. You can see how this commonality would tie two people together. But you will be dealing with being closely associated so if you don’t want that, then this has been a nice experiment – get out now. The woman next to me, who is fifteen years younger, listened intently, straining to place it. But what you’re describing is two people who look in a mirror and are horrified, at least to some extent. For all you know, you and your partner pursued each other partly due to the curiosity that your rising signs sparked..Dating someone who thinks, speaks, and expresses themselves in their own way might be one of the best parts of dating. doesn't mean you have them (or their birth charts, for that matter) completely figured out.Either way, sharing a sun sign with your partner means But, the similarities don't end with the sign you read your horoscope for.If you and your partner were to compare birth charts, you'd find that almost all of your planetary placements are the same, too. Where you're likely to differ is in your respective rising signs and Mercury signs, since these two parts of your chart move through the signs at a quicker pace than, say, the moon or Venus.Given their association with love, feelings, and overall compatibility, your moon and Venus signs are especially noteworthy. Unless you were born at the exact same time in the exact same place, your rising sign (if not your Mercury sign as well) won't match your partner's.Where sharing the latter fuels your initial attraction to one another, the former deepens your long-term emotional bond. One result of sharing astrological placements with your partner is that, to some extent, it was probably easy to get to know them in the early stages of your relationship.
I’m experiencing the lack of challenge and growth in my one and one half year long relationship with my boyfriend. We are apart at the moment, having our first break. I have never come across a long-lasting or lifelong relationship where the two people were born on the same day. There are a few things to consider when evaluating a situation like this.Just like they hate to have a sibling born on the same day, or to share their birthday with Mother's/Father's day. but when I reached my teens, my birthdays became a drag.Some, just like to party it up and have all the attention for the day. At least if I had a partner with the same birthday, I could foist all the cards and gifts off onto her. I used to date a girl whose bday was December 31st. So much connection, friendship, passion, things in common personality-wise and deep love too. Unfortunately, I don’t think there is a one answer to this question. We are both difficult, stubborn, angry bitches and hard to live with.