"Pisces and Leo know how to please each other."
Pisces and Leo compatibility score: 4/5
Pisces and Leo personality are very different people, but that being said, this duo could make things work as long as they make lots of effort. At work, Pisces is more creative, but tends to follow Leo’s organized direction and strong logic. Pisces can disappear the next day and leave their responsibilities behind if Leo doesn’t respect and try to understand their emotions. In love, Leo will fill fulfilled thanks to Pisces’ kindness, sensitivity and romantic nature. Leo protects Pisces, provides materially, and is willing to spend hours cuddling and comforting Pisces. As they’re both possessive, they remind each other of their loyalty.
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Could Pisces and Leo have a successful relationship?
In their daily routine, this duo could be brought down by several difficulties. Leo might become frustrated by Pisces’ lack of action and dreaminess; Leo craves a more concrete relationship than Pisces is willing to commit to. Although, if this pair is able to look past their differences and concentrate on their feelings, they could go the distance. This pair is constantly evolving in a mode of seduction and therefore, they will form an atypical but not impossible couple. In this way, they can develop a passionate and 'mellow' relationship.
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What could bring this couple down?
Pisces, you are very attracted by the personality of Leo, this character who knows how to purr at the right time and make you feel special, however, this kitty cat risks drowning in your deep waters or devouring you, so be careful! Both personalities are possessive, and they must reassure each other of their fidelity. On a day-to-day basis, there might be a lot of difficulties because Leo is a doer and Pisces doesn't really put things into practice.
What will their sex life be like?
Their relationship is so intense that it can quickly become addictive! That's right, this pair will never want to leave the bedroom...
Love advice for this pair
Don't put too much pressure on things at the start. If the roles are well distributed between them and the natives are nourished by their differences, then it is a win-win situation!