How to Love a Cancer Man

Cancer men are clingers.Cancer men are clingers.

Second only to Pisces in terms of neediness in a relationship, Cancer men are clingers. They don't want you hanging on to them so much as they want to hang on to you. This is an important distinction because while Cancer men need to feel needed, they don't like to be smothered. They prefer to be the one doing the smothering in relationships, but, of course, they call it being attentive. This isn't a bad thing unless you are an Aquarius, Gemini or Capricorn. Even then, it's possible when handled right. If you are looking for a clinger, Cancer may be just the guy you want.

Cancer's sign is ruled by the moon.

Step 1

Pay attention to the cycles of the moon. More than any other astrological sign, Cancer's mood swings are in perfect harmony with the moon phases. Once you figure them out, you will be able to judge just when to tell him you dented the car and have him laugh it off.

Comparing prices at the grocery store will make a Cancer man's wallet happy.

Step 2

Be conservative. This isn't about politics; it's about risks. The Cancer male is not a risk taker. He has a sharp analytical mind that works through problems quickly. This makes him great with money and investments. Because he is not a risk taker he is going to only go for the sure thing. This follows him into his personal life. He wants a partner who is a sure thing as far as fidelity and longevity. When he's in a relationship, it's generally permanent.

Be encouraging in and out of the bedroom.

Step 3

Be encouraging. The male Cancer needs constant encouragement both in and out of the bedroom. He tend to suffer from low self-esteem, though it is seldom deserved. He is more interested in making you happy than about pleasing himself, so if you have any suggestions make them gently, while reassuring him that you love him and he's great.

He will love when you pay attention to the little things.

Step 4

Pay attention to little things. The sign of Cancer is hypersensitive to both criticism and being taken for granted. If he is wearing a new suit, has just gotten his hair cut or has done something especially nice, comment on it.

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About the Author

Alexandra Romanov is a writer in southern Illinois. Her articles appear online and in print media, including "Spirit Seeker" magazine and "USA Today." A professional writer for more than 15 years, Romanov frequently covers technology, gadgets and computer-related issues. Her degrees include an M.A. in journalism.

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