Have you ever wondered what it is exactly that makes Cancer tick?
Those of use that are born under the Cancer sign can sometimes be stereotyped as nothing more than moody and over emotional creatures but the truth of the matter is Cancers are much more complex than that and they possess many unique traits and characteristics that aren’t always apparent the moment that you meet them.
This article is the part 2 of 5, in case you have missed the part 1 of 5, you can read it by clicking on the following link: 5 Secrets Of The Cancer Personality (Part 1 of 5)
1. Cancer LOVES affection
The Cancer can’t say no to a bit of affection especially when it’s coming from the right person.
They love to feel needed and wanted and they have a very tender and sensual side that thrives on affection from their loved ones!
2. Cancer is calm and chill… until they are provoked
Cancers are generally pretty easy going in their approach to life but don’t mistake that for thinking that they will just allow people to walk all over them.
When provoked their claws will come out and they’ll be sure to put you in your place in the way that only a Cancer can.
3. Cancer can experience crazy mood swings
Sometimes Cancers mood can seem to change like the winds.
When they are up they can feel amazing but when they’re feeling down their lows can also be just as intense.
They often try their best to keep things under control but sometimes their emotions can overwhelm them.
4. Cancer is always there for their friends, period
There are very few things that Cancer values more than their friendships and they will do just about anything to help out a close friend.
They are great listeners and when someone that they care about hits a rough patch they are often willing to drop everything to lend their support.
5. Cancer can get sentimental and find themself yearning for the past.
Cancer can sometimes find themself reminiscing over the past and getting so caught up in their memories that they forget to live in the present.
Sometimes they just find it hard to ‘move on’ from things once they are over.