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RELATED: Horoscope & Astrology Forecast For Today, 6/23/2018 For Each Zodiac Sign Passion, depending on how you deal with it, doesn't always (it can) lead to lasting love even if you don't stay together forever. When we look at the love life of a Cancer and Scorpio couple, we find out what happens when one person opens the door to unbridled happiness and the other to take risks and become open to exploring life in a new way. That's what love is supposed to do right? Make a couple happy and adventurous? Maybe, maybe not! RELATED: Daily Horoscope And Astrology Tarot Card Reading For June 23, 2018 For All Zodiac Signs It all depends on your end game when it comes to love. Both Cancer and Scorpio may want love to last, but unless a couple can figure out what that means, things can end amicably but they don't make it. It might be difficult to raise a family in a home where there's a lot of change in the dynamic, travel, and a focus only on the good times that you can have with your partner. The desire to keep this type of energy flow in the relationship can lead to some hurt and pain went it can't stay that way, but each zodiac sign comes to realize what needs to change. It sounds cliche but it is true. Some people come into our lives for a reason or a season. And, like the relationship between Cancer and Scorpio, that reason or season can be for the purpose of turning a life around and even upside down. People can come into your life to teach you how to open your mind and to find new ways of viewing things, and even if it doesn't last, it was worth the experience overall.
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