November 12 Scorpios possess a dual nature and may be perceived as a “saint” or “sinner.” Their penetrating intelligence is almost unnerving because it seems able to decipher the others’ motives. They are loners, yet they have a magnetic personality. They can use their appeal to manipulate, though they risk alienating others if they do.
Friends and Lovers
November 12 men and women arouse strong feelings — people either like them or dislike them. They have a hard time trusting others. Although passionate, they may have periods of self-inflicted celibacy. They are happiest in a relationship that allows physical and spiritual intimacy.
Children and Family
As with almost everything else, November 12 people find that family life is a study in extremes. They take the lessons of childhood into their adult life. They may have difficulty showing their children affection. This generally becomes easier as the children get older.
November 12 people require emotional and spiritual motivation to feel good about themselves. If they are unhappy, they may seek relief in food, drink, or drugs. If they can get interested in a workout routine, they are likely to become fixated on it, rather than on bad habits.
Career and Finances
These men and women are ambitious and eager to prove that they have what it takes to be successful. Because they don’t really get along well with others, they do best in a career that rewards solitary accomplishment. They are often careless with money. This could be the result of indifference or a lack of financial training.
Dreams and Goals
People born on this date want their talents recognized. They often possess great sensitivity in this area and are caught between wanting their dreams to come true and feeling certain they won’t. When they’re feeling good about themselves, they can accomplish amazing things. They simply need to believe in their own abilities.
Scorpio Information for November 12
You should embrace: Enchantment, self-reliance, devotion
You should avoid: Unkindness, selfish motives, vindictiveness
Article by Jill M. Phillips, Scorpio art by D. Hellandbrand