[ad]A sad Sagittarius writes:
He cheated– my sweet, innocent, “fallen angel” as he likes me to refer. Why? Now what? Does that mean he is over me? As he put it “she literally broke into his house in the middle of the night, and she is an ex ex ex girlfriend, the type he wishes he had spent more time with.” Isn’t that just about every ex for a Pisces? He did tell me that he loves me, before this obviously, and he said it often. This seems out of nowhere. I haven’t cried yet, and I told him I didn’t want to speak with him anymore. Now, I want to speak with him and find out the golden question: why?
Is there hope? I still love him too much.
It sounds like your Pisces is embodying the very worst qualities of his sign: passivity and martyrdom. Pisces is the archetype of the crucified Jesus — no wonder he likes you to refer to him as your “fallen angel.”
Your Pisces’ ex may very well have broken into his house, and I’m sure he wishes he had spent more time with her, but he’s with you now. He could have said, “No, I have a girlfriend.” Pisces can act as if they are helpless victims, but there are Pisces who have grown up. “Help, I’m a fallen angel, and I can’t get up” is no excuse, especially since he can get it up with someone else.
I’m not sure trying to get a reasonable explanation out of him is worth your time. He went with the flow of the moment, as Pisces are prone to do. If you’re a guy, and an ex you’re still hot for breaks into your house and seduces you, it does take some backbone to save your bone for your girlfriend. I’d actually be more worried about this ex who broke into his house — is she stable?
There may be hope for the relationship if your Pisces can take responsibility for his part, as well as make a commitment to grow up. That’s not something you can measure, but you’re a Sag … either you have faith, or you don’t.