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Here’s Why You Should Date Someone With the Same Zodiac Sign As You

So you’ve got a crush/bae/twin flame/FWB—and they have the same Sun sign as you. (Whoa!) But isn’t dating your own zodiac sign kinda…weird? Egotistic? Isn’t it like dating yourself, or even your twin? TBH, it can be an eye-opener! But here’s why this love connection could literally be written in the stars.

You’ll Share the Same Approach to Life

If you have the same Sun sign, there are a lot of similarities between you. You’ll likely have common ground when it comes to your energy levels, basic needs, and innate temperament. Your worldviews often match as well, so when you’re together, you just vibe. Your body and life rhythms will often sync effortlessly.

Your Communicate the Same Way

You’ll likely analyze, joke, think, share memes, make plans, and interact in a similar way. Let’s get into the astrology behind it: As the Sun moves through the zodiac, Mercury stays pretty close to it. In fact, Mercury—the planet of communication—is never more than 28 degrees from the Sun. That means that in your birth chart (which is like a snapshot of the sky at the moment you were born, BTW), your Mercury sign is likely either the same as your Sun sign, or one sign before or after it (so if you’re a Taurus, your Mercury sign will be either Taurus, Aries, or Gemini).

All this means is that if you date someone who shares your Sun sign, there’s a high likelihood that you could also share a Mercury sign. And that means you’d understand each other sooo well.

They Help You Love Yourself

You know how I just said that Mercury is always pretty close to the Sun in the zodiac? The same thing is true for Venus. The Sun and Venus are never more than 48 degrees (or two zodiac signs) apart from one another in the sky, meaning that you also have a high likelihood of either sharing a Venus sign, or having your Venus sign make a conjunction (aka in the same sign as, making a very vibe-y connection) with your partner’s Sun or Mercury.

This is mega when it comes to compatibility because it means you’ll find happiness, contentment, and pleasure with one another in a way that very few people will ever share. And one of the most wonderful things about being with someone so like you is that it can help you appreciate what is inherently awesome about you. You learn by looking in the mirror and are like: Damn, I am a catch!

But It Might Not Always Be Easy

While all of this sounds, uh, perfect, there’s a catch—actually, several of them. First off, they might be *too* similar to you. They may mirror things about you that you don’t like—your quirks, insecurities, emotional pitfalls, stubbornness, and beyond. It could feel like sometimes you’re dating who is all the worst parts of yourself, and that can be really hard to face. Or, less-dramatically, having similar energy could mean you just don’t vibe romantically—but make for amazing pals.

Another possible frustration is that because you’re so similar, you end up lacking balance. For instance, a zodiac sign that is more of a leader may be best suited with someone that will be happy to follow. If two people are both trying to be in charge all the time, that ain’t gonna work! On the other hand, you could end up being so aligned that you lose your identity to the relationship.

Oh, One Last Thing

BTW: True astrological compatibility is not just about your Sun signs—it’s based on each person’s full birth charts. No matter if your Sun signs match or not, if you have other areas that vibe, you truly could have found a lasting relationship. (Swoon!)

Here’s what it’s like to date your own zodiac sign:


Aries are independent, bold, and confident. They love their autonomy and crave adventure. This works well when both are given enough space to grow and do their thing….

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