How to Attract a Pisces Man to a Taurus Woman
Taurus and Pisces complement each other. If done right, the relationship will prove happy and successful. Taurus needs to dominate the romance without being too headstrong, and in return Pisces plays the generous lover.
The key to this pairing is to play off each other's differences: the Taurus becomes Pisces' rock and Pisces teaches Taurus that sometimes change can be exciting. The Taurus is a natural seductress and will only need to focus on finding common ground with her man.
Remain strong, dependable and solid. You will help keep the Pisces man grounded.
- Taurus and Pisces complement each other.
- The key to this pairing is to play off each other's differences: the Taurus becomes Pisces' rock and Pisces teaches Taurus that sometimes change can be exciting.
Dig into your stubborn side and steer the conversation---Pisces needs a little guidance.
Keep your temper in check.
Surprise him and take him to a new bar or club. As a Pisces, he likes adventure and a social scene.
Pisces enjoys beauty, art and sensuality. Chat about dreams or an art museum you visited.
Support his artistic endeavours and ask questions about his art. Praise and encouragement work well for the creative Pisces who just needs an extra push.
- Dig into your stubborn side and steer the conversation---Pisces needs a little guidance.
- As a Pisces, he likes adventure and a social scene.
A Pisces is empathetic, but don't lean too heavily on his shoulder when you're down. He'll lose himself in making your problems his own.
- Keep Pisces in a good mood by cracking jokes.
- Pisces also likes to discuss the occult and spirituality.
- A Pisces likes change, which may prove difficult for the stubborn Taurus. Don't be too set in your ways; flexibility is key.
- Pisces longs for the ideal romance but doesn't like saying no. If you feel you're getting nowhere in your romance, know when to stop before the relationship stagnates.
Christine Borden lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and works in the mobile industry as writer and editor. She has served as a blogger, editor, columnist and arts-and-entertainment critic. Borden holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and creative writing.