Breakup Horoscope 2017 – How to Survive a Breakup by Zodiac Sign
The end of a relationship can be an incredibly difficult experience — especially at the beginning of a new year. If you’re dealing with a break up in, the breakup horoscope for 2017 shows that the qualities of your Sun sign’s element (Fire, Air, Earth, Water) can help you manage this tough time as smoothly as possible.
If you’re a Fire sign (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius)
Expressing your anger and keeping active are key to healing your broken heart. If you’re angry about how things ended, discuss this with your friends or therapist. Holding on to your rage only creates problems in future relationships.
Exercise is your secret to healing, so increase your workout to release frustrations about things not working out as you’d hoped.
If you’re an Air sign (Gemini, Libra, Aquarius)
Human contact is your secret to healing after a break up this year. Stay in touch with trusted friends, family and supportive colleagues. You process emotion by talking it through, so be sure to surround yourself with close friends.
You’ll also find it helpful to get answers about how the break up came to be. Understanding why things ended helps you heal. And getting back into the social scene will help you put the past behind you.
If you’re an Earth sign (Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn)
You tend to hold your emotions in your body, so physical therapies can be key to dealing with the pain of a break up. Hands on healing helps you avoid getting stuck in the past.
You’re practical at heart, so focussing on career and financial goals will help strengthen your sense of personal stability during a break up — and remind you that there other things in life besides relationships to put your energy into.
If you’re a Water sign (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces)
You’re especially sensitive and will need time to cry to deal with your grief. Allow yourself to experience your emotions. Soothing baths or time at the spa will give you the solitude you need to make sense of what you’re going through.
You may want to see only those closest to you while you process your pain. Don’t rush yourself back into socializing before you’re truly ready.