While this is a great season for burgeoning new love, not all of us should be off and running when it comes to getting into a new relationship. These four zodiac signs could go off and find new love right now, but should they?
You have so much going on, do you really have time to add a relationship into the mix? While you have your moments when you’re ready and willing to be in a committed, monogamous relationship, that probably isn’t the era you’re currently in. And that’s okay! It’s better to just focus on work or friends or passion projects than trying to shoehorn yourself into a relationship that you don’t really want in the first place. Don’t let spring love vibes or insistent friends convince you to do something you don’t really want. Being single is perfectly fan and is probably the right move for you now anyway.
As much as you might want to get into a relationship this month, make sure that you’re completely ready. If you’re still nursing hurt feelings over a breakup, wait until your heart heals. It might feel like you should be over it by now, but Cancers tend to need a little more time than some of the other signs. That’s okay! Instead, use this November to do all the emotional work you need in order to be a better version of yourself. We always have ways we can improve–heck, you might even have a list or a few self-help ideas already on deck. If it helps, think of this as your self-love era, and not your era of falling in love with someone else.
You’re great at relationships. That’s not the problem. While you make a great partner, you jump so quickly into your next relationship after a breakup that you spend no time single at all. You might not even know what you’re like when you aren’t a part of a pair. If you’re finding yourself single this November, wait to find your next partner. Really sit with this alone time. What does it feel like to be all by yourself? You might just find that it’s not so bad after all. And with that newfound wisdom, you might just be pickier when you’re looking for your next relationship. Being single isn’t as scary as you might think.
The idea of being in a relationship sounds appealing to you, at least on paper. But do you really have the time? You have so much going on, so many things you want to accomplish, that getting into a committed relationship seems like it would just slow you down. And do you actually have the desire to add another person into your life? You’ll no longer have full control over the decision-making. In a partnership, you can’t just pick up and go. You’re a team. When you ask yourself all these questions, you might just realize you’d be better off alone right now. And that’s okay! There’s nothing wrong with being single–especially if you feel fulfilled and whole while doing it.