Astrology: What Your Sign Says About Your Ideal Partner

Valentine's Day is coming up, and if you're single or stuck in a going-nowhere relationship, you might want to start looking for a date whose profile resembles your own, says Debra Silverman, yogi Seane Corn's astrologer and the author of The Missing Element: Inspiring Compassion for the Human Condition.
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Valentine's Day is coming up, and if you're single or stuck in a going-nowhere relationship, you might want to start looking for a date whose profile resembles your own, says Debra Silverman, yogi Seane Corn's astrologer and the author of The Missing Element: Inspiring Compassion for the Human Condition.

Valentine's Day is coming up, and if you're single or stuck in a going-nowhere relationship, you might want to start looking for a date whose profile resembles your own, says Debra Silverman, yogi Seane Corn's astrologer and the author of The Missing Element: Inspiring Compassion for the Human Condition. "In astrology, opposites attract, but they're often the harder relationships, because after the 'honeymoon phase' is over, differences become irritating," she explains. "What actually works is when people are similar." Still not sure whom to pair up with on February 14th? Check out Silverman's cheat sheet below to find out what you're really looking for—and what you're definitely not, even if they remember the flowers and chocolate.

Take Silverman's quiz: What's your missing element?

Your Ideal Partner By Zodiac Sign

About Our Expert
Debra Silverman believes the quickest path to falling in love with your fate is through learning astrology. Join her online astrology program, Applied Astrology, where you'll learn what your birth chart has to say about your mind, your purpose, and your destiny. Registration is open now for a limited time—sign up!