Some zodiacs are excited to enter serious relationships. They feel comfortable opening up their heart and letting someone in. But other zodiacs have a little more trouble getting comfortable in new relationships. They need some time to adjust.
Taurus, you always have a hard time adjusting to change, even when it’s positive. You are hesitant to try new things and get close to new people because you don’t want to end up getting hurt. You are extra cautious with your heart because you don’t handle heartbreak well. That’s why you need a partner who is patient. A partner who will understand that you need to take baby steps. You aren’t going to be ready to make a serious commitment right away, and that’s okay. You don’t have to move at the same pace everyone else is moving. You’re allowed to wait until you feel comfortable to take that next step.
You’re a little bit of a cynic. You keep your heart closed off because you assume that others are going to end up hurting you. That’s why you need a while to get comfortable in relationships. You aren’t going to spill your life story to someone early on in the relationship. You need time to build trust with them. Time to get to know them and make sure that they’re right for you, to make sure that they aren’t going to hurt you. Once you feel safe with someone, you will be brutally honest with them, but before you reach that point you need to take it easy. You need to reveal little by little because you don’t want to give someone too much material they can use against you.
You are known for being distant and detached because you’re not upfront about your emotions – at least not with strangers. When you’re first starting to date someone, you are going to listen more than you speak. You are going to observe more than you reveal. You won’t feel comfortable until you’re sure that this person isn’t playing games with you, until you’re sure that they have your best interest at heart. You are independent and can function on your own, so you won’t let yourself relax and really get attached to someone else until you’re positive that they make a good partner. It’s your way of protecting yourself – and saving time and energy.
Even though a part of you might want to settle down, sometimes you feel more comfortable with flings than serious relationships. It’s easier when there’s less pressure. When you’re allowed to leave and nothing is expected of you. It can be hard for you to feel comfortable in relationships because you have a restless spirit. You always want to go to new places and try new things. The idea of settling down can make you uncomfortable because you don’t want to miss out on anything. You might resist getting too serious at first because you want to make sure this person is worth the commitment and everything it represents.