3 Zodiac Signs Most Likely To Become Spinsters
January 10, 2019 11:44 By Fabiosa
While some women who change their partners like socks and get married every 5 years, others stay lonely for a long time. As a rule, they are called spinsters. Astrologers believe that some zodiac signs are more prone to leading a single life into old age. However, they say you shouldn't despair as if you want, you can change things around. The world is your oyster!
Which signs are most likely to become spinsters?
Leos are independent, energetic women who are passionate about their job. These ladies love their work and hobbies. So they simply don't have time to spend on men.
This sign does get married eventually, but before that happens, she may stay single for quite a while.
Leo-women don't have that many friends. They prefer communicating with their pets who are far more genuine than most people they know.
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Cancers are very sensual women who are good at homemaking. Looking at them you would never think they might stay single. This sign has many friends but finding their one and only is not an easy task.
There must be a decent candidate for the role of her husband among Cancer's friends. But the right man might be completely unaware of this and Cancer ladies lack determination to attract and hold him. Some of them are capable of doing it, but they have to put in enormous effort.
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Virgos make very picky brides. They don't want just anyone, they're waiting for Prince Charming. Some of them lower their expectations over time and get married to "commoners." Other representatives of this sign spend their old age alone.
Sometimes it's easier for Virgos to have short-term relationships than getting stuck in routine.
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If your sign got onto this list, don't get upset. There are many more factors that affect your fate. Therefore, don't give up looking for your significant other. We're sure he's somewhere close!
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