These 3 zodiac signs prefer non-monogamy, according to an astrologer
When it comes to relationship compatibility and the types of relationships you might be looking for, astrology can tell you a lot. For example, knowing your sun sign will give you a glimpse of what other zodiac signs could be a potential romantic match or night. This information can also help you identify the type of person you are in a relationship with. For example, if you are a serial monogamist, it may be because you are a bull and appreciate this stability. But if non-monogamy has always been your thing and you prefer less traditional relationships, your zodiac sign can explain why.
According to astrologer Lisa Stardust, there are three zodiac signs that may feel choked in long-term monogamous relationships: Aries, Sagittarius, and Aquarius. It may be that these characters like to have a main partner, but also examine sexual relationships outside of that partner. Or they may want to have multiple partners at the same time and no defined relationship at all. If you've found that non-monogamy is often best for you, you may be one of the following three signs.
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Aries are able to maintain long-term relationships if they wish, but often their passionate nature leads them in many different directions. "With her fiery energy and zest for life, Aries is always looking for the next best thing that could literally be a relationship," Stardust told HelloGiggles. "After all, they're always looking forward to it - never to sit or look back."
This could mean that an Aries wants to explore the physical nature of a relationship for a while, but eventually hisses it. Although they are all there at the moment, a ram often cools down quickly and yearns for something new and exciting. If you're a ram looking for an affair, there's nothing wrong with that. Just make sure your partner is on the same page and understands your intentions from the start.
There is a reason why Sagittarius are known as adventurers of the zodiac - they don't stay in one place too long and often look for a new place or person to experience more of the world. "They don't match commitments that make them feel trapped," says Stardust. "An open relationship gives them the opportunity to explore other conquests - the adventure can lead them home to their main problem."
They feel most comfortable for a sag, a main partner in his home base who understands non-monogamy and may also want to participate. In this way, they do not feel bound to a single person or place and are free to move as they please.
Aquarius is a free thinker and often doesn't follow traditional conventions in any aspect of life, gender, and romance. "Aquarius can commit, but they want to clarify the situation first," says Stardust. "Most of the time, they like to keep things light and have options to challenge their intellectual minds."
For an Aquarius, sex with different partners can be an insightful experience. They are usually guided by rational thoughts about emotions, so they are unlikely to become jealous if they are in open relationships. As a result, Wassermann can recognize the benefits of non-monogamy and choose to arouse their intellectual curiosity.
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