The past is never far from Scorpios born on October 25. They compare each new experience to what they have known. With their sensitive and imaginative nature, dreams and illusions are as concrete as reality. There is an ageless quality about them. In youth they may seem older, while aging seems to refine their unique qualities.
Friends and Lovers
A possessive streak shows up in October 25 natives when they pursue a relationship. Friends are expected to be loyal and devoted. This attitude is more extreme in romantic relationships, where they can be very demanding. This relationship is the most important factor in their lives — and their mate had better feel the same or there’s trouble.
Children and Family
It’s difficult for water-sign individuals to let go of their childhood, even if it was far from idyllic. If it was happy, they may feel unsatisfied with their situation. If it was negative, they’re likely to relive familial relationships through new ones. Whether to have children is a big decision for them.
Learning to vent their innermost feelings is a must for these people. The best health tip for them is to act out their anger. They need to be vigilant about their eating habits if they want to stay slim. Less red meat, starches, and sweets can help to keep their weight down.
Career and Finances
October 25 natives look for careers that will provide them with a sense of their own autonomy. Although they cannot be seduced by money, they are cautious about maintaining the status quo. Security is an emotionally charged issue for them. They need to have the funds to support themselves, no matter the situation.
Dreams and Goals
October 25 people strive to find their place in the world. They don’t believe in doing anything the easy way and will sacrifice to make their dreams come true. They know what they want and are not afraid to take a few risks to claim it. They learn from their mistakes and can turn adversity into success.
Scorpio Information for October 25
You should embrace: Poignant memories, artistic expression, peace
You should avoid: Sadness, regret, addiction
Article by Jill M. Phillips, Memorial tablet by John Pierpont Morgan (1915-1920), photo by cliff1066