You've had a certain amount of experience in love. Maybe you've been in love before; maybe you've only been in crush. Maybe you've been through a series of relationships, or maybe just one or two.
They may have ended badly, or they may have ended well -- you might even still be friends with your exes. If you look back over your romantic and sexual past, you'll probably see a pattern in terms of the types of people you've been involved with and how the relationships progressed from start to finish.
Of course, even if they're similar, your exes and your crushes are all individuals, bringing their own, unique preferences and issues to the relationship. And you: Even though you're the common denominator among all these affairs, you're constantly changing and growing, and your needs shift, as do your problems, your turn-ons and turn-offs and more.
But what do you bring to the table when you're involved in a love affair? What strengths and challenges do you possess as a partner? In short, what's your love potential?
The Crab makes for one of the most sentimental, romantic lovers around. You want a deep and true connection, and won’t settle for less — so charmers and players need not apply! You want to commit, and may hold on tight to the one you love; yet you’ll give a lot of love in return, and will nurture and support your partner to the end. You really want to connect on a deep, emotional level, and you’re very serious about matters of the heart. Your lover should treat you with care, because you can be sensitive — but rest assured, you’ll return the favor. You want to plant roots and will delight in watching them grow.
You want to fall in love with someone who will appreciate your emotional depth, and who’s willing to reach those depths together. You make for a steady lover who longs for security, and want nothing more than to create a relationship that is a safe harbor for both people. A long-term commitment is second nature, so you seek a true and faithful lover who holds the same ideals for marriage and family.