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Advice for Cancers

Mandy Jenkins, Staff Writer/Photographer

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To all of the Cancers who are trying to get the most out of their 2019, listen up.

All of those born between June 21 and July 22 are cancers, a water sign known as ‘the crab’. People sometimes consider different zodiacs a certain way. Cancer is considered as the emotional, moody zodiac. Cancers can use these stereotypes to help them have a great 2019.

Cancers are highly imaginative, loyal, and intuitive.They are almost impossible to deceive and they also can be very insightful according to “Defintion.org”. They tend to make great friends. Cancers, don’t be afraid of letting people in. Let people in so they can see the amazing you. Stop hating on most people. Don’t let your emotions take over your life. It will make you feel like you have more freedom in the choices you have to make. Remember to pay attention to people, you are intuitive and if you pay attention you may notice changes in behaviors. This will help people know you care which can strengthen your friendships and relationships with people around you.

According to the website “Defintion.org”, cancers tend to be insecure, moody, cranky, and unpredictable. Cancers, you can rely on yourselves and move past your insecurity. Take a leap of faith because that can help you open many doors of opportunities. Try to avoid mood swings, it can help bring people closer and help make your day better.  People may not treat you the way they should, but don’t be too sensitive about it. Learn to move past it and leave them behind.

Make 2019 the best you can. You are amazing. Remember that. Help yourself grow closer to people, take a leap of faith, and go on many adventures. Show the world what it means to be a cancer. Cancers, 2019 is your year, so enjoy it.

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