Ah, yes... My husband is cancer (6/27/79) and also suffers from depression and yes, it absolutely brings out his already socially-taxing Cancer traits. He would agree that it can be more of a curse than a blessing from the first person point of view, but though he can only recognize the stifling weight of his emotions, his outward show of his love and tenderness has made us an amazing family!
I am 25, he is 29 and we have been wed for 7 years, producing a son, 6, and daughter, 4, and he has a brilliant talent to give Kaleb the nurturing he needs without missing the opportunities to pass down those necessary "man smarts". ^^ Likewise, can he make Adria feel like a princess while upholding the position of the Daddy in shining armour. ^^
I am a Saggitarius (thats bueskytteren in norwegian) and according to every account i've read, we should avoid each other like the plague. It's true that my uncontrollable need for social interaction and adventure can hinder us... but we have learned to adapt to each others opposite needs. It can seem almost easier... often i can imagine he feels the exact opposite of myself and accomodate him more appropriately. ^^
•You can't ask a crab to leave its shell behind, but if your gentle and quiet you might get to see him poke out his little eyes and do that cute little thing with his mouth...things...