How to win the heart of a pisces woman

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How to win the heart of a pisces woman
Pisces are represented by the fish. (swiming fishes image by dip from Fotolia.com)

The Pisces sign extends from February 19 to March 20 and is represented by a fish. Pisces women are said to be quintessential examples of femininity, possessing entrancing and beguiling natures. According to astrologists, they entice men because they are soft, supple, agreeable and quiet. They are adept at making men feel strong and masculine. Pisces is the most compassionate of the Zodiac signs, and Pisces women are said to be good listeners who are drawn to poets, artists and dreamers.

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    Give her strength. According to astrologists, a Pisces woman is an emotional dreamer who can sometimes feel lost in the fast-paced modern world. Be her knight in shining armour, offer her strength and stability so she can feel safe as she indulges in her dreaming.

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    Be honest. A Pisces woman is, according to astrologists, sensitive and intuitive. These traits make her a master at spotting a man who is disingenuous. Don't feed her phoney pick up lines or have ulterior motives. Be heartfelt and truthful.

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    Feed her romantic nature. As the ultimate woman a Pisces lives her life deeply and romantically. Yes, she'll likely love poetry and roses, but astrologists say the best way to melt her heart is to show you know and understand her. Thoughtful gifts that speak to her need to be loved and understood completely will help you win her heart.

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    Be gentle. A Pisces woman, astrologists say, is easily hurt. Listen to her, be caring, supportive and patient. Astrologists also say that Pisces women can be easily wounded by even the slightest hint of rejection and need a partner who is accepting and always mindful of his words.

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