We all have a bad side, and you, you will not be the exception ... Pisces, the two little fish that swim in opposite directions. That inevitably applies to your life too and you know it. This is the dark side of the Pisces sign:
Are you confusing, contradictory, and incoherent? Yes, this is the dark side of the Pisces sign. On the one hand, you want to do one thing but on the other, you have obstacles that constantly hold you back. You have an instinct that makes you have to help others, those who need it most, the sick ... but in reality, you don’t do it for anything. You know you do it because you need people to offer you eternal gratitude. You are like a kind of Capo, you give help to the one who asks for it but in turn, that person will be in your debt, and someday, when you decide that you need it, he will have to be there too serve you.
When you really manage to help someone get back on their feet and they begin to have a successful life, jealousy invades you and you begin to hurt their new “overrated” self-esteem.
Sometimes it seems that you come and go without any direction, lost for life but you know deep down what you are doing and where you are going, you just don’t want others to know. You do not trust, it is true, but perhaps because you think that others can look like you. And you can become afraid of yourself, so better be cautious.
The decisions you can make today may not be very reliable. If you make any kind of promise to someone, it is best if they carry a tape recorder because you will deny everything that you had guaranteed a few hours before. This is your dark side.
You can start a happy and happy plan and in two minutes deny life and cry a lot. What you want now will never be what you want in a minute or what you wanted five minutes before. Nobody dares to talk to you because nobody knows what mood you woke up in. You have a hard time admitting it and you can’t stand the idea of losing what you want, so you also become possessive of your things and your people. Ah! And you never feel guilty because it’s always someone else’s fault.