Scorpios born on October 28 need to exert authority over others, which can result in continuous power struggles. They are strong-willed, precise, and dedicated to doing a good job. They become disgruntled with themselves if they can’t live up to their too-high expectations.
Friends and Lovers
October 28 men and women expect their friends to “be there” for them in good times and bad. They can be very demanding. Love rarely runs smoothly for them. They can be critical and do not mince words when voicing their opinions. Anyone who falls in love with them had better expect to take emotional lumps.
Children and Family
October 28 natives spend a great deal of their life puzzling over childhood. Even if they enjoyed a peaceful upbringing, they remember the darker undercurrents. Once they become parents, they’re likely to open up about their childhood. This can help them to understand themselves and their youngsters.
Staying healthy is rarely a priority for these individuals — that is, until something happens to make them question their immortality. Then they begin to take stock of their habits. When young, they are likely to have poor eating habits. But once they make the effort to alter their eating habits, they become habituated to leafy green vegetables and fresh fruit.
Career and Finances
October 28 natives have a desire to wield power. They don’t need to be in a visible position, nor do they hunger after compliments. What they want is the power to make decisions. Money is seldom a key issue with them, except in the way it gives them leverage. They are careful handlers of money.
Dreams and Goals
October 28 people are tough on others and tougher on themselves. Getting to where they want to go is worth a lot to these scrappy types, but they will not compromise their ethics. They know the race of life is won by long-distance runners, not sprinters.
Scorpio Information for October 28
You should embrace: A generous spirit, knowledge, involvement
You should avoid: Dictatorial attitudes, perfectionism, willfulness
Article by Jill M. Phillips, Photo by Creativepatch85.