While every household will play by different rules, understanding each zodiac sign’s innate domestic style can help you sort it out.
What it like living with a Pisces?
The compassionate Pisces family member is the family favorite for comfort and support.
Who needs a hug? With their warm, compassionate nature, the Pisces family member is the one everyone turns to for comfort and support. Empathic to the core, they never shame people for going through a rough patch. And, like a wise oracle, they know just what to say to get their relatives out of the doldrums. They are definitely chicken soup for the family’s soul!
They have a bossy streak, which siblings especially can attest to. When they want to organize a game or get the house whipped into shape, they’ll get everyone off of their butts. They might even resort to guilt tripping them into action. Pisces probably have plenty of ammo to use, as they’re overarchingly generous with the ones they love.
Since Pisces is the sign that rules the imagination, they do an incredible job of nurturing the creativity of their kids and younger relatives as parents. The downside of their dreamy nature is that they sometimes reveal too much information. This can cause their children to worry or even parent them— especially when they’ve fallen into a despairing spell. Pisces are better off using discretion: kids understand more than they give them credit for.
Life is a giant fairy tale for them, and the Pisces family member’s home has a magical quality to it. They know how to create the perfect atmosphere for family gatherings, from the tablescaping to the curated playlist of dinner music, to the games they’ll organize after dessert.
Astrology tip for living with a Pisces
The Pisces family member’s compassionate nature has a downside, as they often take on the burden of their relatives’ problems. Pisces needs to be careful not to enable a family member’s bad behavior or even an addiction by being the “fixer.”
While they hate to see their loved ones suffer, they may need to experience the consequences of their actions in order to finally change their ways. They aren’t helping by protecting them, and they could end up carrying the weight of their family tree on their shoulders if they slip up into the rescuer role.