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5 Zodiac Pairings Who Make The Best Couples

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5 Astrology Couples With The Best Zodiac Compatibility

Do you find that you're always attracted to the same types of people? Maybe you always go for the popular, extroverted people you meet. Or maybe you tend to seek out quieter, more introspective types.

Astrology plays such a big role in shaping our personalities and our relationships. You may find yourself attracted to the same zodiac sign over and over again because they possess the personality traits you find most attractive. 

But which signs have the best zodiac compatibility? Find out the best love matches in astrology.


A Virgo will be inspired and intrigued by the Taurus’ positive approach to life They will thrive off of being in the company of someone they admire so much. While the Taurus will stay grounded with the help of the Virgo. The two signs balance one another and bring peace to the relationship. They help keep each other mindful and present. A Virgo and Taurus are both Earth signs. This helps them balance one another’s idealistic wishes. They have a solid friendship and would make great business partners as well. But in a romantic sense, they feel a connection like no other.

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A Gemini and Aquarius are able to form an incredible romantic partnership. They balance one another’s extremes. The Gemini can be highly indecisive and scattered, the Aquarius is quite the opposite. They need one another to balance the other out and accomplish their goals. The Gemini brings humor and relaxation to the equation, while the Aquarius gives the Gemini a means of direction. They each have similar goals and will excel in working together to accomplish those goals. Their connection is deeper than the surface, and their passion keeps the love thriving even through tougher times.

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When a Sag and an Aries are together, life is one big adventure. The two signs are both adventure seekers, vivid dreamers, and free-spirits. They will bounce their ideas off one another and have the deepest, most meaningful conversations. They are intellectual soulmates. Their thoughts radiate off one another. And there is never a dull moment when these two signs are united. They work as a unit. Rather than making plans individually, they combine those ideas and create a bigger and better plan. If they are romantically involved, they typically started off as just friends first. This has helped create the best and long-lasting type of bond.

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Cancers and Libras are a true match made in heaven. Where the Cancer is extremely emotional, the Libra is level-headed. Libra craves attention, and the Cancer is more than happy to give them all the love and affection they could ever need. These two signs are very easy going in not only a relationship but a friendship as well. They are both deeply emotional people who find great pleasure in anyone who can understand them on a deeper level. They crave ample amounts of raw passion, and passion is exactly what they have when they’re together.

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The relationship between a Libra and Gemini is based on a strong intellectual connection. Both are air signs and enjoy a mental stimulation. They both have a sense of intelligence and the mind is an interesting and sexy thing. Both signs love learning new things, which makes them eager to learn more about one another. These signs also provide a great understanding and appreciation for the other. This is truly what makes them an incomparable match. They are super mindful of each other's needs. And will always provide guidance and insight when it’s needed.

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Andrea Davis is just your average girl writing about her experiences in this crazy thing we call life! Follow her on Facebook for more.

This article was originally published at Thought Catalog. Reprinted with permission from the author.