Pisces Information for March 20
You should embrace: Gracious living, high style, happy memories
You should avoid: Controversy, regret, suspicion
It's impossible to truly know a Pisces born on March 20, because no matter how emotionally accessible he or she seems there is always a veil drawn between the persona he or she allows others to perceive and the core self. These aesthetic individuals are drawn to the past.
Friends and Lovers
March 20 natives can be loving and considerate one minute, self-serving and insensitive the next. They show the same duality in romance. They favor spiritual intimacy, but this can turn to indifference if they feel their partner is "pushing" them.
Children and Family
The men and women born on this date understand that love can have a healing effect on past pain. They carry resentment from childhood, some of which is more perceived than actual. As parents, they resolve their issues by giving freedom to their children.
As a rule, March 20 people are healthy, though they may suffer from periodic indolence and mild depression. A diet high in protein and calcium is healthiest. These water-sign people must drink eight glasses of water a day.
Career and Finances
No matter which career March 20 people select, there is likely to be an element of creativity involved. They are artistic and need to address this on a daily basis. They often rely on others to take care of their financial affairs, since they have very little interest in this part of their lives.
Dreams and Goals
Learning to manage the sometimes wild impulses of their own creative psyche can be a major life-goal for March 20 people. They need to understand that breaking the rules simply to be different isn't the same as breaking the rules to do something worthwhile. March 20 men and women can have a hard time sustaining their drive toward success because they are easily distracted. If they achieve greater balance in life they are more likely to accomplish their goals.
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