CANCER: Being so family-oriented it’s not easy for you to feel really secure if left without a partner. Controlling your own emotions and feelings will be a somewhat difficult — but absolutely essential — part of your full recovery process. Crying at the slightest reminder of your loss and otherwise wallowing in self-pity will do little if any good; further, doing so may tend to drive away others who would like to be helpful constructively with helping you to get your life back to something more tolerable and normal. Family members can be most supportive and helpful but don’t expect any of them to take the ‘place’ of a lost lover. Moving in with your parents or other close relatives (or friends) could easily prove to be a serious mistake; doing so likely would only prolong your reliance on others to resolve problems and issues you should handle personally so that you can get on with your real future sooner. Just as soon as possible you should start to seek the company of select ‘outsiders’ with needs similar to your own. Let go of the past; look to the future.
“You told me you love the rain then five minutes later when it started to drizzle you ran under cover and that’s why I get scared when you say you love me because what if I, just like the rain, am something that you only love the idea of”