VIRGO: Your Special Prediction for Valentine’s Day
Valentine's Day is not only an opportunity to reward your beloved one with a box of chocolates, a bunch of flowers or a romantic weekend. Valentine's Day (14 February 2020, which is on a Friday this year) is also a great occasion to celebrate love in every sense of the word.
In the following post, we will talk about what astrology has to tell us about people born under the sign of Virgo; in the same way, we will relate what their love life has in store for them on the imminent Valentine's Day.
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Virgo and Valentine's Day
If your partner is a Virgo, you will have noticed that they are very cautious and that it is hard for them to devote themselves to love. However, when this feeling runs through every pore of their body, they show great devotion to the one they love, as well as great loyalty.
Valentine's Day is not Virgo's favourite day of the year, not even this year; the stars point out how uncomfortable they are with emotional demonstration, especially in public. Nothing is more embarrassing for them than walking down the street with a big bouquet of flowers, or a heart-shaped stuffed animal! Their idea of romance is peculiar.
If they want to have a happy Valentine's Day, there must be a significant amount of diplomacy in Virgo's life: they hate rudeness and lack of education.
Your love horoscope for Valentine's Day
On this Valentine's Day of 2020, there are more fortunate signs in love than Virgo; this doesn't mean there will be any fights or arguments, but some fears and insecurities are going to be evident, and usually, this never brings anything good.
In that sense, it is good to remember that Virgo is usually a rather paradoxical person, who sins just as much from being too modest as from showing immeasurable pride. Today the balance will weigh more in the first case, combined with some issues that they have been dragging on for some time.
In any case, Virgo won't waste any of the 24 hours of this February 14th and will make extra efforts to enjoy life and love, whether it comes from their partner, their children or their friends.
They will also reflect on the passage of time, and how it changes our way of understanding and managing love, and that when we are 15 one does not love the same as at 30 or 60.