Scorpios born on November 13 possess a powerful conscience and a strong desire for personal autonomy. Uniqueness is so important that they may adjust their opinions to deliberately conflict with others! They have a natural dignity and are humorous, spontaneous, and often lucky.
Friends and Lovers
November 13 people have difficulty making friends. When they do make friends, it is a complicated process. They seem destined to draw criticism of their love affairs. They often pick partners who are different from them in lifestyle, background, or religious beliefs.
Children and Family
People born on this date have a powerful connection to their upbringing. It is possible that they experienced an emotionally transforming period in childhood, which forever marked their development. They may have felt insecure about their appearance or social standing when little. They are strict parents and never allow their more tender feelings to get in the way of what they perceive to be their parental duty.
People born on this date believe in taking control of their physical and spiritual well-being. They often follow the advice of a healer, guru, or spiritual counselor to understand the esoteric nature of life. Being healthy isn’t a part-time occupation — it’s a lifetime quest.
Career and Finances
November 13 individuals often follow a circuitous path to career success. They may start out in one field, only to be lured into another through circumstances. This appeals to their love of the unexpected. They are careful about money; their careful handling of assets is often born out of a fear that prosperity will not last.
Dreams and Goals
November 13 individuals want to achieve success on their terms. They know their talents, but, no matter what they have to offer, they will resist if they cannot do things their way. They strive to achieve a personal best and have no concern for others’ opinions.
Scorpio Information for November 13
You should embrace: Ethics, appreciation, desire
You should avoid: Irreverence, ill-will, stress
Article by Jill M. Phillips, Art by HansPeterKolb