Dating a Pisces can be wonderful and frustrating at the same time. They are romantic, kindhearted, and sensitive individuals. However, they can also be prone to holding grudges.
If you’ve been dating a Pisces and they haven’t been acting like their usual selves, it could be because they’re holding a grudge. Read on to find out if your Pisces is holding a grudge and how you can help them get over it.
Why do Pisces hold grudges?
For the same reason anyone holds a grudge. Pisces may be holding a grudge because they’ve been hurt by someone they care about. They might be questioning the decisions they’ve made in the past. Or they could have unresolved conflict with a friend, family member, or colleague.
No matter what the cause, grudges are toxic and they can have a negative impact on your dating life. When you’re dating someone, you want to be able to express how you feel without feeling like you’re being judged. When a Pisces is holding a grudge, they’re likely to bottle up their feelings. This can cause them to lash out towards you without explanation. Holding a grudge can also affect your Pisces’s mental health. It can lead to feelings of isolation and low self-esteem.
How can you tell if your Pisces is holding a grudge?
It can be difficult to tell when your Pisces is holding a grudge. There are a few signs you can look out for though. If your Pisces is withdrawing from you without any explanation, it could be a sign that they’re holding a grudge. They may start to shut you out without any warning.
If your Pisces has been holding a grudge for a long time, you might notice a change in their mood and demeanor. They may look sad, angry, or frustrated. You might notice a change in the way your Pisces treats you. If you’ve been dating for a while, you may notice that your Pisces has been treating you differently.
They may seem distant and cold towards you. They may avoid spending time with you, which can be a sign they’re holding a grudge. If you notice any of these signs, you should try to find out what’s going on.
How to help your Pisces get over their grudge?
The first thing you should do is figure out what the grudge is about. If your Pisces is holding a grudge against a friend or family member, you should try to help them resolve the conflict.
If they’re holding a grudge against someone they’ve gone out on a date with in the past, you should try to figure out what happened. You can gently ask your Pisces what’s going on. Let them know you want to help them get over the grudge so you two can move forward. Pisces might feel like you’re attacking them if you bring up their grudge without warning.
When you’re trying to help your Pisces get over their grudge, you need to tread carefully. Let your Pisces know you’re there for them and that you want to help. Let them know that grudges aren’t good for anyone. You can also try to get your Pisces to open up by asking them about their day. A good conversation can go a long way.
Should you break up with a Pisces who’s holding a grudge?
That’s up to you. If your Pisces is holding a grudge against you, that’s not a good sign. Holding grudges can lead to breakups and breakups can lead to grudges. Whether you should break up with your Pisces depends entirely on you. If you’re the one who’s been wronged, you might want to end the relationship.
If your Pisces is the one who’s been wronged, you might want to stay with them. Your Pisces might be holding a grudge for one of two reasons. It could be because they’re hurt and they want to lash out. They might be angry and want to hurt you in return. Or it could be because they’re unsure about what’s going on. They might want to distance themselves from you without hurting you. If it’s the latter, you might want to stay with your Pisces.
If you’re dating a Pisces, you’ll have to deal with their grudges at some point. However, grudges don’t have to end your relationship. If you can figure out what’s going on, you can help your Pisces get over their grudges. And in the process, you can get to know your Pisces that much better. Grudges don’t have to be a dealbreaker.