Pisces dating pisces compatibility

Both were also emotionally manipulative and prone to attempts at gas-lighting. I’ve had Pisces try to guilt me into feeling I’ve emotionally wronged them, when perhaps they’ve been the culprit…or attempt to wring attention from me by feigning hurt, illness or some ailment.Back to the ruthlessness: I am more naive than most Scorpios in romance (due to my Neptune-Venus conjunction)…. A Pisces does not display their hand and are great bluffers.

In the best pairing, Pisces may be able to persuade Scorpio to let go and give in to the spontaneous rhythm of the Universe.

Since both Scorpio and Pisces are so keen to give in to their emotions, there is a danger that this relationship can feed mutual depression and so much introspection that they drown in their feelings and seclude themselves from the real and outside world.

Both Scorpio and Pisces seek mates who appeal to their deeply, sensitive and emotive natures.

In this love pairing, they find that in the realm of emotion, they are equally matched and will enjoy approaching the world and life decisions through the barometer of the affect.

However, shockingly, these two Pisces were more ruthless during the end of the relationship than any lover I have ever known!

I don’t know if this is from their insecurity about feeling powerless or if Pisces’ conflicting energy (represented by two fish swimming in opposite directions) enables them to have a harsh side that is opposite, but wholly equal to their gentle side.

This union of Scorpio and Pisces can lead to the highest bliss possible if Scorpio continues to fit Pisces’ grand illusions of what a great love should be.

If not, Pisces might slip out of Scorpio’s fingers.

It may not be as rough as Scorpio desires, but it will definitely be sincere, deep, and all-consuming.

Pisces wants a soul connection, and enjoys peering into Scorpio’s soul while in the act — since Scorpio orbs are so revealing.

I do have to say, on the flip side, Pisces are the most giving people in love. They were also strongly spiritual, but not necessarily in an orthodox way.

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