Pisces troublemakers

Pisces will not be a “rebel without a cause.” More likely, he will be “musician without an income” or “alcoholic without control.” You want to steer away from him. He’s not going to consciously manipulate you into giving him money and a place to sleep; rather, he’ll just be so helpless and pathetic — by his very nature — that you may feel compelled to take care of him.

When he says he’s going to stop drinking tomorrow, or that he’ll look through the classifieds in the morning, he does mean it. It’s just that he’s lying to himself. You see, Pisces is the sign of delusion. And since this sign is ruled by Neptune — god of dissolution and disappearing acts — don’t expect the cash you lend him to stay in his pocket for more than a few hours. He’ll tell you he can make it last, but before you know it, he’s at Paddy O’Reilly’s Pub or the Guitar Center, spending your hard-earned money on “drinks for the house,” or this “really cool distortion pedal for my axe.”

Pray to St. Jude, Patron Saint of Hopeless Cases, for there is nothing within your power to save the Pisces troublemaker.

Comment below: Have you gotten involved with a hopeless Pisces?

About Jeffrey Kishner

Jeffrey Kishner is founder and publisher of Sasstrology. He is a licensed mental health counselor and has been doing astrological counseling since 2001. Jeffrey has been published in print magazines including The Mountain Astrologer and Dell Horoscope, and has written online for sites including AOL, Tarot.com and StarIQ. Jeffrey has also been heavily involved in the astrology blogger community. Read his personal blog at JeffreyKishner.com.

Comments

  1. P.S. Im Pisces and I have always supported myself throughout my life. I learned to stand on my own two feet even as a child and I never ever relied on other people. I like people but I LOVE being on my own and have always been an independent spirit. So the article is utter tosh.

  2. Kat,

    The article is talking about the downside of the male Pisces. Which, in my experience with more than one male Pisces, even not the sun sign, has reigned quasi true. It really depends on their upbringing.

  3. NewlyWedLibraLady says:

    I need to ask one of you Pisces ladies for advice, I have a Pisces mother in law, she hates me, she hates her other daughter in law, she also hates her son in law, I have tried very hard to make friends with her, but every time I suggest getting together she has other plans, my Aqua husband gets mad at her but I keep reminding him that she can’t help what she feels, if he even shows her a tiny bit of happiness she hates me more, she dislikes my mother for being a friend with my husband, she dislikes my son for getting along with my husband, she pretends to be nice until everyone leaves the room and we are alone and then she hisses things at me, if anyone overhears and questions her she cries and gets her husband mad at everyone else. Its very frustrating so I avoid talking with her now like the others, so she is telling everyone that I hate her, which is not true, My husband is avoiding her now but it isn’t helping, I don’t want to see them apart, I love him and that is his Mom. If I walk into the room she will glare at me, I smile back at her, that drives her crazy LOL Her other daughter in law avoids eye contact with her and so does her son in law, but I like to get her attention. Every time I make something for her for mothers day or Christmas she gives it to her dog, so I tell her that I’m glad the dog likes it and pretend to be happy, this makes her really mad. I don’t think this is normal, I know in laws are in laws and all but she is going to the extreme by lying to my husband about me, when he tells her he knows I didn’t get a phone call from her because he was home all day she cries and tells him that I must really hate her now, she cries all the time, its never her fault, its her husbands fault or another relatives fault or we should just understand that she is sick.

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