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7 traits common to the strong-minded Taurus in your life


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You might be able to recognize that Taurus season (April 20 to May 20) is upon us, not necessarily because you have expert astrological knowledge but because the birthdays of seemingly all your fiercely loyal, stubborn friends are crammed into the spring-month window.

And so, in order for you to better understand the complex birthday babes around you, I’ve assembled a rundown on what it means to be born during the current astrological period. The zodiac sign being a bull reveals a few things right off the bat: Tauruses are known for being unwavering, strong-willed, and steadfast in their opinions.

And if you’re a Taurus, then you’ve probably come to terms with being known for your stubbornness, a common attribute for the sign. If you’re friends with one of these bullish types, you’ll be able to recognize her Taurus-aligning characteristics, such as her undeviating allegiance and commitment to you.

These are 7 traits the strong-willed Taurus in your life will identify with.

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1. You have a reputation for being “stubborn”

Take it as a compliment—it means you’re determined and unfailingly persistent, both of which can bode well for you regarding career and life goals.

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2. Treating yourself is a lifestyle, not a hobby

You demand a lot from everyone, yourself included. But you know what they say: “Work hard, self-care hard.”

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3. You’re not usually emotional, but when you are, it’s all melodrama

You usually keep a cool head, but when you snap, it’s like an explosion.

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4. Your approach to friendship is quality over quantity

Being such a dedicated and loyal friend means that you don’t really have the time or energy to maintain relationships with people you don’t deeply care about. This means your friend group is small and intimate.

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5. Some call it being a control freak—you call it extreme independence

When you do something, you commit yourself to it 110 percent, which means you’re not the most flexible person in the world. But, hey, there’s a price to pay for your intense dedication.

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6. Being determined means you can come across as argumentative

You’re not trying to be contrarian, but you expect certain things to be done in certain ways.

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7. You’re extremely charming and personable when you feel like it

Because of your persistent nature, you can set your mind to whatever you want. That means you can be extremely friendly and social—when you choose to be.

Get into the horoscope season with Bite’s astrological-influenced lipstick line and this hilarious Instagram account of zodiac-inspired memes

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