The bull is the ideal emblem for a Taurus because, when provoked or probed, their calm and grounded temperament can change to wrath and violence.
If you split up with a Taurus, they can treat the breakup with an initially unnerving serenity; you might initially wonder if they are really upset by the breakup.
However, just because they aren't sobbing or singing along to Elliot Smith as they pack their bags doesn't mean that they aren't grieving the loss. And believe me, you'll learn about these feelings later.
The majority of Leos have an unbreakable charisma that draws everyone to them, including you (Well, at one point, at least).
Yes, Leos have a pleasant vibe while they're interacting with people, but when it comes time to cut ties, they could find themselves powerless.
Pro tip: Play your fave Lizzo song while blocking their number the next time a Leo contacts you with a sad-face emoji in need of approval. Your effort won't be worthwhile!
The sage, perceptive Virgo always knew just what to say to make you feel your best when you were dating. A Virgo, who was formerly your ex, is well aware of the exact words to fully and completely set your blood on fire.
The Virgo's talent and curse is that once they establish a connection with you, they absorb every nuance of you, which means they have a perfect understanding of how to manipulate you.
A Virgo is likely to harbour resentment for a while and will probably skip your catch-up drinks because of an unspecified "work matter." But if they're still the first to text you on your birthday, don't be shocked. Right, it's the thought that matters.
You frequently respected an Aquarius' uncompromising independence and self-reliance throughout your partnership (Especially when it meant assembling all of the IKEA furniture for your shared apartment).
However, if the relationship ends, your Aquarius ex might try to isolate you emotionally and physically in an effort to protect themselves, which can make finding closure challenging.
Your Aquarius ex will start treating you with surprising indifference as soon as one of you eventually says the fateful words "We need to talk," which can make grieving the split feel lonely and isolating.
After all, shouldn't you continue to play drunken phone tag at 2:00 a.m. for at least a month? Is that not accepted practise?