Which Zodiac Signs Have A Tendency For Sibling Rivalry

Family & Kids

April 11, 2019 14:54 By Fabiosa

You know what they say, 'can't live with them, can't live without them'. This is sometimes true about siblings destined to live under the same roof. They are proud of having a younger or older sibling, but they can't bear being together for a long time: one day, they're fighting over a toy, another day, they can't agree on the rules of the game.

Which zodiac signs can't be friends 

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Such difficulties in siblings' relationships are first and foremost conditioned by their character traits. This largely depends on the zodiac signs children were born under. There are exact opposites among them.

Gemini and Libra

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Careless Geminis are capable of bringing bring chaos into everything that's around them not taking many things seriously. While Libra people strive for harmony and balance, mess makes them depressed.

Aries and Taurus

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Two powerful energy flows coming from these zodiac signs can't move in the same direction. The only thing you can expect from such cohabitation is a collision. Arians stand their ground because they think they're right while Taureans don't give up because they're stubborn.

Leo and Scorpio

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There's a serious fight for leadership going on between Leos and Scorpios as these two strong people find it hard to take second place in anything. And they also have different ways of achieving success: Leos win through aggression while Scorpios — manipulation.

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We wonder if there are such pairs among you that would prove this to be true in reality. How do you get along with your siblings? Please, share with us.

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