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Child, Bloomer, Or Elder? Mental Age Of Each Zodiac Sign

Date May 21, 2019 13:58

Each of us treats aging in own way. Some people look after themselves and look a bit younger than they really are. Others master simple tricks to hide their true age. And still others seem to be either much older or younger than they seem due to a huge discrepancy between their mental and biological ages. Astrologers claim that the stars have something to do with it. Who is a child, a teenager, or a person of respectable age, according to the zodiac sign?

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1. Aries

In old age, impatient and cheerful Aries resemble children. They are enthusiastic about everything that’s going on and can be quite capricious, like preschoolers, if something goes wrong.

2. Taurus

For Taurus, time often stops somewhere in between childhood and adolescence. Representatives of this sign are gullible, honest, moderately pragmatic, and romantic, but they have difficulty sharing with others. This applies to both feelings and property.

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3. Gemini

Their rebellious spirit often peaks at around 20. Adventurous and quickly adaptable Gemini resemble teenagers on the verge of adulthood. They are able to lose temper and prefer to live like there’s no tomorrow even in mature age.

4. Cancer

Cancers seem to be stuck between their 20s and 30s. They make everything cozier, work for the good of the family, and crave emotional support, like all young people who have just started taking their first independent steps.

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5. Leo

At a young age, self-sufficient Leos seem to be mature and brave beyond their years. In their teens, their mental age reaches 28-35 years. They move straight ahead towards their goals, confident in their own abilities.

6. Virgo

From childhood, Virgos are independent and responsible. Their mental age is equivalent to about 35-42 years. They care about those who depend on them and live by contributing to their family and society continuously.

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7. Libra

Unlike Gemini, this dual sign show prudence and even uncertainty inherent in people around 50. They need a partner to find harmony.

8. Scorpio

In an effort to achieve their goals, Scorpios are often as impulsive as 50+ people, sometimes spontaneous, but very wise and insightful. They can multiply their wealth throughout their lives.

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9. Sagittarius

People born under this sign are always focused on their own development. This freedom-loving sign doesn’t recognize any conventions, which is typical for people around 60 who don’t care about social norms and taboos anymore and want to live in their own pleasure.

10. Capricorn

Capricorns’ perseverance and hard work can be compared with the attempts of 60-70-year-olds to leave a legacy behind. They steadily ascend the mountain, keeping in mind that their resources are not limitless.

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11. Aquarius

A combination of childlike spontaneity, cheerfulness with experience, and wisdom puts an Aquarius of any age next to people around 70-77. They are sweet and sharp; they believe in good and miracles.

12. Pisces

From early years, dreamy Pisces come across as little old people because of their idealized view of the world and the struggle to make it so. They often think deeper than many of us, like people in their 80s.

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They say that you are as old as you are in your heart. Plus, we know that there are exceptions to any rule or theory. Do you agree with astrologers, or would you like to prove them wrong?


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