5 Zodiac Signs Who Hate Goodbyes

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Leaving is hard for them.

Goodbyes aren’t easy, but for some people, they’re positively heartbreaking. There’s a difference between saying goodbye to someone when you’re going away on vacation, and when you’ll never see them again.

And for the zodiac signs who hate to say goodbye, specifically, it's something they can't bare to do. When we consider astrology, there are times when you have to balance out the goodbye with faith that your relationship is strong enough to survive, and that the goodbye is only temporary.

Every language has their version of “goodbye” — everything from aloha, shalom, and ciao to auf wiedersehen and au revoir. What’s interesting is that many translate into “until we see each other again.”

Saying goodbye can be emotionally challenging for some people, especially depending on who you are saying it too. Because goodbyes aren’t always intended for other humans; you can say goodbye to your pet, your house, your old life, or even a part of your personality.

1. CANCER (June 21 - July 22)

Cancers can be extremely emotional and needy, so it can be very difficult for them to say goodbye, especially if Cancer has any unresolved issues with the person. Sometimes they may have a tough time discerning if a goodbye is really a goodbye, or a "see you soon."

It takes a long time for Cancer to process a goodbye, and much of the time, they'd prefer to ignore it. Goodbye often means letting go and sometimes they aren't into that idea.

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2. LIBRA (September 23 - October 22)

Libras don't do goodbyes well, usually because they feel as if they always have unfinished business. There's a lot of "shoulda, woulda, couldas" with Libra.

What if they never get a chance to express their feelings to a person? What if Libra tells somebody goodbye and they never see them again? Libra would feel guilty and like they were a bad friend/partner/family member.

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3. PISCES (February 19 - March 20)

Pisces are romantic and, at times, possessive and needy. Pisces wonders if they drove the person away or if the person just really needed to get away from them.

Sensitive Pisces tends to take things personally and blames themselves when things go wrong. They can also be somewhat pessimistic and believe that if someone goes away, they may never come back. These individuals want to hang on tightly but they're intuitive enough to know that it might backfire. 

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4. CAPRICORN (December 22 - January 19)

Capricorns don't like the finality of goodbye and how it's so definitive. They like to get things right, especially with relationships, and a goodbye seems to them like closing a door on a situation.

Goodbyes prevent Capricorns from working on a relationship and getting it right, even if the person is just going away for a short time. They can get stuck in looking at things with a critical and negative eye, and when goodbyes are involved, that hopelessness is magnified. 

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5. ARIES (March 21 - April 19)

Goodbyes seem like an energy-suck to Aries. They're not fun, they're painful, and they're kind of boring. Aries would prefer that all goodbyes happen remotely because, in person, they're too predictable.

Aries have the ability to know what difficulties and challenges a goodbye may bring. If you can't say goodbye in a reasonably interesting or creative way, just go. If the connection is there when the person comes back, that's great; if not, that's okay too.

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Christine Schoenwald is a writer, performer, and astrology lover. She has written over 500 articles on the zodiac signs and how the stars influence us. She's had articles in The Los Angeles Times, Salon, Woman's Day, and is a contributing writer to Ravishly, I AM & CO, and YourTango. Check out her website, her Facebook writer's page, and her Instagram.