Pisces children are born with colourful imaginations
and, without careful guidance, can bury themselves in a fantasy
world. Others may accuse them of telling lies but, in fact,
they are simply living out their dreams. Routines are anathema
to them. They want to eat when they are hungry and sleep when
they are tired.
Because they are uncertain about their own abilities,
Pisces children need plenty of love, encouragement and appreciation.
They also need time to be alone with themselves. Natural poets,
artists and musicians, they should be encouraged to commit
their fantasies to paper. They have a deep inner need to escape
from the harsh realities of life.
Pisces youngsters are shy, warm-hearted and
brimming over with emotions. They need to be led firmly along
a path which suits their gentle natures. They need a solid
background which will make them feel stable and secure. They
need to know that they are loved.
Pisces children should not be forced to hide
their feelings. They need the freedom to express their emotions.
They may come into the world wearing rose-tinted spectacles,
but their strong natural powers of perception mean that they
absorb everyone else’s feelings, which can drain them
physically and emotionally.
Born idealists, they may feel the need
to do everything to perfection and, therefore, believe themselves
to be failures when they fall short. They should be taught
that it is fine to fail and encouraged to talk about their
disappointments, to prevent them adopting a negative approach