How to Break Up with Gemini

Find out how to break up with someone born under the Gemini sign from internationally-known astrologer Joanna Martine Woolfolk in this Howcast video.

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Finding love isn't always easy. But you can tip the odds in your favor by learning how to use a person's Zodiac-influenced personality traits to win them over. In these videos, famed astrologer Joanne Martine Woolfolk explains what makes a person born under each sign tick and how you can use that knowledge to your advantage. You may even learn something about yourself.

 
 

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Gemini is curious and communicative and therefore, in a relationship, the minute that you, being in a Gemini relationship, you start to seem boring, you seem as if everything you say is something you've said before. You seem, I don't mean that you really are, but if you seem that way to a Gemini. If you say no, oh I don't wanna do that. No, that's too much trouble. No, I'd rather stay home and watch television. Very soon, within a matter of weeks, the Gemini is going to start feeling that life is getting far too hum-drum, far too ordinary. Another thing about a Gemini is that Gemini, in a relationship, particularly a love relationship, needs to feel that you are his or her best friend that you're there in not only a spiritual communion, but a mental and emotional communion. Gemini's a sign of the twins and therefore, needs to feel that there is an alter-other, an alter-ego or a soul mate. If you start to say no to life, "No, I don't wanna do this." The word no is really a big key in breaking up with a Gemini. The Gemini will, very quickly, move elsewhere.

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  • Joanna Martine Woolfolk

    Joanna Martine Woolfolk is the author of the classic books "The Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need" and "Sexual Astrology." Her most recent work is the 12-book collection "The Sun Sign Series," one book for each zodiac sign. She has written the horoscope column and astrology specials for numerous magazines, including Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar, Self, Redbook, and House Beautiful.