Positive and Negative Side Cancer

The pos­i­tive side of a Can­cer personality

The typ­i­cal Can­cer per­son­al­ity has a pos­i­tive side and a neg­a­tive one. The pos­i­tive side of the Can­cer per­son­al­ity stays in his under­stand­ing nature. He/she is a lov­ing and sym­pa­thetic per­son who would never hurt some­one. The per­son­al­ity born under the Crab Sign is char­ac­ter­ized by traits like ten­der­ness and kind­ness. They don’t like to see oth­ers suf­fer­ing and will do what they can to help some­one in less for­tu­nate cir­cum­stances than them­selves. A typ­i­cal Can­cer has a deep sense of broth­er­hood and respect for the human­i­tar­ian val­ues. Another bright side of the Can­cer per­son­al­ity is rep­re­sented by two of his/her main pro­file traits: hon­esty and patience. When a sit­u­a­tion seems dif­fi­cult to them, they are will­ing to wait until things become man­age­able again. The typ­i­cal Can­cer knows how to focus on one thing at a time. When he/she makes up his/her mind, he/she gen­er­ally sticks with the idea, see­ing it through to the end.

Can­cer is the most mater­nal Sign of the zodiac. The Can­cer per­son­al­ity enjoys being sur­rounded by peo­ple they love. Peo­ple born under this sign are usu­ally pro­tec­tive with their friends and fam­ily. They are loyal, faith­ful and have a strong sense of tradition.

The neg­a­tive side of a Can­cer personality

The dark side of a typ­i­cal Can­cer per­son­al­ity arises in moments when Can­cer finds it hard to face life. He/she can be a bit shy and tir­ing when things go wrong. The uncul­ti­vated Crab is some­times lazy — that’s another char­ac­ter­is­tic of their neg­a­tive side. He/she doesn’t have very much ambi­tion and he/she will gladly leave to oth­ers any­thing that seems dif­fi­cult. The typ­i­cal Can­cer per­son­al­ity may be lack­ing in ini­tia­tive. Too sen­si­tive, when he/she feels he/she has been injured, the Crab will crawl back into his/her shell and nurse his/her imag­i­nary wounds. They make heavy demands on oth­ers, and need to be con­stantly reas­sured that they are loved by their part­ner.