What’s Your Biggest Fear According to Your Zodiac Sign?

Libra

Those who are born between September 23 – October 22 are fearful of hurting other people. Libras enjoy beautiful, peaceful environments. They are also very sensitive to the emotions of others, and Libras are always worried that they have said or done something to cause someone’s pain.

Scorpio

If you know someone born between October 23 – November 21, you most likely would describe them as “intense.” Scorpios might seem like they fear nothing, but the truth is that they fear their own vulnerabilities. They also fear abandonment, and may push people away if they think they are getting too close emotionally.

Sagittarius

Those born between November 22 – December 21 are freedom-loving individuals who fear losing control of their own lives. They are terrified of being controlled by other people, and this can also lead to the biggest  fear of commitment. These individuals are often scared of confined spaces.

Capricorn

People born in the colder weeks of December 22 – January 19 might appear emotionally cold. This is because Capricorns take their work very seriously and are the least talkative of the zodiac. Capricorns are afraid of failure, and they are also terrified of being embarrassed.

Aquarius

People born between January 20 – February 18 definitely march to the beat of their own drums. They don’t like being told how to feel, and they often challenge institutional norms such as schools, office work, or marriage. Aquarians are petrified of being stuck in these institutions, and they also fear being powerless to lead their lives the way they want to.

Pisces

People born between February 19 – March 20 are born under the sign of Pisces. These people tend to be very sensitive to other people’s emotions. Because of this, confrontation can be very unpleasant for them. Responsibility is another fear that people born under this sign share.

It’s normal to have fears. By learning more about the fears that zodiac signs face, you can learn to better understand your loved ones, friends, and co-workers. Understanding your own fears can help you defeat them.


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