Famous Cancer-Pisces Couples:
Michael Todd and Liz Taylor, Janusz Kaminski and Holly Hunter
This is an old fashioned type of relationship where a lady can be a lady and a man can be a man. A high degree of unspoken sensitivity between the two means that each is a save haven for the other. Cancer is soothing to Pisces’ nerves, and Pisces is good at ministering to Cancer. When they get together, you can almost hear the sigh of relief.
How to Attract a Pisces Woman as a Cancer Man:
Pisces lives in a different world from the other eleven signs. Imagine, if you will, trying to catch a fish with your bare hands. To get anywhere with a Pisces, you need to be willing to sneak up on them with a magic net, similar to catching a mermaid. The snare can be a fantasy, a yearning, or a promise — the more subtle the better. It is an excellent opportunity to speak the language of flowers. Begin with something simple like violets and graduate eventually to a full dozen red roses. Let that do the talking for you.
How to Attract a Cancer Man as a Pisces Woman:
A Cancer man is a leader and strategist, so it is best that you make little feminine noises that attract his attention and then let him take charge. He will love that you are not a modern woman. If you bake or cook well and have an opportunity, you should leave some of that around the area. The way to his heart is through his stomach. Also indicate that you are fascinated by his career and allude to helping him with it. Cancers are shy, but they are hell bent on career success because money represents security to them. You’ve got to take his advancement seriously.
Degree of Romance:
There is a high degree of romance with this combination. Cancer and Pisces are very soothing to one another and have the advantage of not needing to put everything into words. The Cancer man may find he is able to relax with this lady more than he imagined possible, while the Pisces woman has someone to handle the problems she has with compassion and competence.
Degree of Passion:
These are two water signs. So while passion is absent, still waters run deep. This is a couple that can lie awake in bed at night talking for hours about sweet little nothings.
Degree of Friendship:
These two can go hand in hand through life never questioning their need to be together. They are bonded, which is a higher connection than loyalty. Their natural intimacy greatly enhances their liaison because they can trust each other. The Cancer man may surprise himself by confiding in her things he never told anyone else. All his secret insecurities are safe with the Pisces lady.
Degree of Marriage:
This is a good combination for marriage provided the Pisces woman can focus enough on the details of homemaking. The Cancer man is crazy about his home and is probably a little bit picky about routines, decorum, menus, etc. Pisces often couldn’t care less.
Progression of Relationship:
This relationship has a beautiful rhythm. If you have ever been handled by a Cancer man, you’ll know what I mean. He has a way of pushing things forward without seeming to be pushing at all. He is a master of the art of management. If a Pisces lady is lucky enough to catch his eye, she should just do what she does best – relax. He’ll take care of the rest.
For the neurotic Cancer man, this could be one of the best sexual combinations. The Pisces woman has a way of letting him slip out of his shell and reveal his vulnerable side, making him feel comfortable enough to relax during sex. Otherwise he may be a little bit insecure because of his deep fear of rejection. Pisces can reject someone and he won’t even know it, so he doesn’t have a lot to fear here.
When It’s Over:
When this is over, the Cancer man will take a firm hand. He will explain in a fatherly and parental way that not all relationships can last forever. He will consul the Pisces woman for a moderate period of time and then move on incontrovertibly, as he should for he knows it is important to get on with life. His own tendency to cling to the past is so pronounced that he becomes a master at showing others how not to do that.