Taurus Sibling Compatibility: Playful and Possessive
See how your Taurus astrology traits affect your sibling relationships
If you're a sibling with your Sun in Taurus, you are loyal and friendly towards your brothers and sisters. You love to get outside and hang out with your siblings and will always have their backs when you inevitably get into trouble. However, you can often get into fights thanks to your stubborn demeanor and need to win arguments. Also, hands off your stuff! You're pretty possessive over your things and don't enjoy sharing with your family, but your overall warm, loving self makes for a wonderful sibling!
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Taurus and Aries
Taurus and Aries have two distinct temperaments, but there are ways to help you get along. Aries likes to start things, but rarely finishes them. You, Taurus, will hold on to a task, refusing to stop until it’s finished -- and sometimes long after. By watching one another, you can learn about the traits you need to work on in yourselves. When you participate in activities together, you will show Aries how patience pays off, and Aries will show you how to find a seat in the front row and claim it before anybody else moves a muscle. Both you and Aries have healthy tempers, but you release anger in different ways. Aries pops off as soon as the aggravation button gets pushed. You have a much longer fuse, but an equally violent eruptive potential. The two of you will settle most of your fights, because you’ll earn one another’s respect. As adults, you will be fond of one another, despite your different styles.
Taurus and Taurus
Two Bulls will be like two peas in a pod ... most of the time. Agreeable and content to sit still a lot of the time, you can probably be put in a room with a few entertaining activities and keep yourselves busy for some time. That could change, though, when disputes erupt over which of you is the owner of any given item. To put it mildly, you can both be possessive, and protection of territory is the very core of Taurus’ being. This is not a habit you can hope to break easily, so you’ll have to work around it. Start by considering the benefits of sharing, and make the lesson stick by entrusting your sibling with a few less important personal items. Of course you’ll still have your own possessions, but you’ll also have learned how to trust your Taurus sibling with your belongings. Once you do, you will be best friends for life.
Taurus and Gemini
Taurus and Gemini get along a bit better than you might think. Your easygoing manner will allow Gemini do most of the talking, and Gemini will appreciate your Taurean dependability. This is a friendship that might take awhile to develop, but once it does, you’ll get along very well. You’ll both rely on your communication skills and constructive impulses. Gemini will come up with imaginative ideas, and you will enjoy finding ways to make them work in the real world. At least when there are arguments -- and there will be a few -- they will rarely erupt into physical confrontations. Gemini would much rather talk through (or around) the issues, while you will put up with a lot just to maintain the status quo. If your Taurus temper should blow, Gemini knows where to hide. As you get older, you will enjoy reminiscing about your childhood memories.
Taurus and Cancer
The natural desire to protect and nurture that Taurus and Cancer share will probably keep things peaceful most of the time. As a Taurus, you will only get upset for two reasons: when physical needs have not been met, and when people don’t give you your way. Cancer, on the other hand, is upset more often than they are content -- and is likely to make noticeable complaints. If you’re lucky, Cancer will follow your level-headed lead. If this doesn’t happen, you will get fed up with Cancer and the bullying will begin. For this reason, it’s a good idea for parents to monitor this pairing during childhood. You can intimidate Cancer, and you may be unaware of the damage that’s been done until years later. In most cases, you will find peaceful ways to get along, and will share pleasant memories of time spent together.
Taurus and Leo
A Taurus-Leo sibling combination can work out well, as long as you have a clear understanding of your individual personalities. You, Taurus, are solid, stable, and protective. Leo is also predictable, but a lot more dramatic and demanding. Both of you are able to keep yourselves entertained for hours at a time ... but will probably prefer to do things separately. You will focus on building or nurturing, so your activities will be centered around these themes. Leo needs a stage, and if none is provided, the whole world might be used as a substitute. Despite your disparate paths to satisfaction, you will get along rather well. You’ll probably fight over attention and territory, so keep things even and clear between the two of you. As you grow, it’ll become clear that you admire and respect one another for your individual skill sets, and you’ll continue the conversation well throughout adulthood.
Taurus and Virgo
Taurus and Virgo make a good pair, because you’re both very practical in your approaches to life. You are likely to be involved in many of the same activities -- mainly things that have some value in the real world. As a Taurus, you will imagine how something can be built to protect and preserve the family’s security, while Virgo will think up ways to provide the tiny details that keep everybody’s needs met. When you fight, it’s likely to be because you feel your aren’t getting enough respect from one another. With mutual praise, you’ll be reminded of what you can offer one another. As you grow, you’ll be eager to share your ideas and successes, like the two best friends you truly are.
Taurus and Libra
This can be an interesting combination of personalities, mainly because neither of you are known for your desire to get things done. You both might tend to toss the task at hand back and forth, making a game out of who can get away with doing the least work. It’s not that you’re lazy -- you both just like to sit around and look at what you have. You, Taurus, do this out of a sense that possessions and people must be protected, while Libra appreciates the aesthetics of the material world, reluctant to miss out on seeing everything that’s available at any given time. Though you’re both ruled by the heavenly goddess Venus, you will see the world in two totally different ways. Your more earthy approach will always warm Libra’s heart, though. You’ll continue to communicate throughout your lives, without a sense of obligation.
Taurus and Scorpio
Taurus and Scorpio may be the most stubborn signs in the zodiac, but you’ll get along surprisingly well. In essence, when you two come together, you’ll soon realize that you’ve each met your match. Just when you think you will never budge out of a particular opinion, Scorpio will be able to demonstrate how doing so will be to everyone’s advantage. And, just when Scorpio believes the whole family is wrapped securely by his or her stinger-clad tail, you will rebel by digging in and refusing to yield to Scorpio’s way of doing things. The fights between you will be intense, but probably not physical. You are known for being prone to volcanic displays of temper, while Scorpio is likely to play pranks that cross a line that goes way beyond practical jokes. As you grow, though, you will appreciate and cherish the bonds you built during your shared childhood.
Taurus and Sagittarius
Taurus and Sagittarius might have some problems understanding how they got stuck in the same family. Your slow and steady Taurean approach seems alien to Sagittarius, who can never seem to get too much stimulation from exploring the outside world at a frantic pace. With that said, you might want to engage in activities that satisfy your wide range of tastes. With luck, you’ll experiment with one another’s favorite pastimes, so you can appreciate one another and broaden the ranges of your own personalities. Even if you remain separate, though, you won’t fight much. You may not understand one another very well, but you won’t go out of their way to exchange insults, either. As you grow, you will take different roads to academic success -- but you’ll both get there. You’ll also keep trying to understand each other, even after you’ve left home and started your own families.
Taurus and Capricorn
Taurus and Capricorn have an easy time understanding one another. As long as you can allow Capricorn to take the position of visionary to your act as the doer and builder, you’ll make an unbeatable sibling team. You both see life as something that can be conquered by patience and practicality. As a Taurus, you will have more patience, in general, and Capricorn will be more inventive about finding solutions that can be used in the real world. You will both enjoy reality-based activities and games. You will appreciate sensations more than Capricorn, someone who tends to get more satisfaction from thinking their way through puzzles and complex board games. The fights between you are likely to center on your possessions. As long as you keep your boundaries clear, you’re likely to respect them. As you grow, you will probably share many things in common, and may even invest or start a business together.
Taurus and Aquarius
Taurus and Aquarius are single-minded individuals who are more compatible than they may seem. You are a solid kind of person, someone who enjoys the challenge of applying complex ideas to their potential uses in the real world. Aquarius is a visionary thinker, but that doesn’t mean he or she doesn’t think ideas shouldn’t be implemented -- immediately, if possible! These adult-type characteristics will be obvious even in early childhood. You will look to Aquarius to provide the leadership and vision that’s needed to give birth to new ideas. Aquarius will be grateful for your Taurean dependability and trustworthiness. When you fight, you may end up yelling each other into the ozone. But as you get older, you’ll come to appreciate your differences as you each pursue your dreams for success in the outside world.
Taurus and Pisces
Taurus and Pisces get along well, mainly because you both have rather peaceful dispositions. This might take some time to develop, though, mainly because of the big differences between you. As a Taurus, you like to create boundaries so an area can be cordoned off and protected, while Pisces has almost no inclination to draw the line where he or she ends and the rest of the world begins. If and when Pisces treads on your territory, the encroachment will not go unnoticed, and you will show the dominating side your sign is so famous for. Each of you needs to be aware of your general tendencies, and learn how to respect the fact that you can be different. This will help you love one another and find ways to get along. The older you get, the less this is a problem, as you’ll each go out of your way to maintain the connection you developed together earlier in life.