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What Cancer Needs To Feel Validated

What Cancer Needs To Feel Validated

Everyone needs a little validation from time to time; after all this is how we know that we are on track and having someone other than yourself telling you that you are wonderful, successful, attractive and otherwise amazing, is a great boost to your ego. The level to which each individual needs and seeks validation and affirmation varies greatly and within the astrological realm, some signs need validation to be consistent and unwavering, while others think so highly of themselves already that they seek validation sporadically. So where does your sign fall on the validation scale and how do you look to get your validation needs met? Take a look—the results may surprise you!

What Cancer Needs To Feel Validated

We know that the sign of Cancer is one of the most able when it comes to expressing itself using emotive language and of all the signs it is this one that will respond to criticism most poorly. Cancer very much depends on their inter-social relationships to keep their lives fluid, progressing in the right direction and balanced.

Because this sign has an impeccable memory and relies heavily on empathy and validation, they will seek it regularly. They have to feel emotionally secure and that when they are receiving validation or compliments, that they are genuine.

For a Cancer how those around them feel about them is of utmost importance and when they encounter someone that thinks ill of them, and goes as far as to verbalize so, they will remember that instance forever and often will revisit it in the future. The moment they feel less than on par, as a result of someone’s comments, they will take one of two likely routes forward. They will either become avid seekers of retribution, nearly killing themselves to prove you wrong and to make you pay for your sins, or they will correct their faults if they believe your comment was a valid one. Then they will constantly seek affirmation that your opinions have changed.

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