Cancer Winks

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As a Cancer, Why Do I Often Feel Like–After All I’ve Done For You, This is How I’m Treated.

Cancer CType tends to nurture important people in its life. While people in Cancer’s environment may enjoy being nurtured and protected for a while, it is not uncommon for Cancer’s nurturing or protective behavior to begin to feel like controlling behavior to the ones being nurtured. Because Cancer doesn’t see his desire to nurture as a need to control, he feels rejected when people pull away from his control. When rejected, Cancer says, “After all I’ve done for you, this is how I’m treated!”

The Cancer in My Life is So Stuck. He Just Can’t Seem to Grow or Change. What Can I Do?

For Cancer CType to get out of this funk, Cancers must move away from nurturing others toward taking decisive actions to take care of themselves. Cancer’s move from trying to control others to decisive action toward self care will solve major problems in Cancer’s life, allowing Cancer CType to grow and evolve in the human experience.

Why is the Cancer CType in My Life Always Trying to Control Everyone?

Cancer CType tends to nurture important people in its life. Too much nurturing easily becomes controlling behavior from which people may pull away. Because Cancer doesn’t see his desire to nurture as a need to control, he feels rejected when people pull away from his/her control. Cancer can be vindictive when others pull away from him or her. Cancer solves this problem by moving from nurturing others to taking non-nurturing action in the outside world. Over time, with too much nurturing and a failure to take non-nurturing action, Cancer may feel upset, disrespected, unappreciated and may even create health issues in his/her life.

Why Do Cancers Tend to Over Promise and Under Deliver?

Simple. Nurturing others is what Cancer does best. This is where the promises come from. However, Cancer many times has trouble creating non-nurturing action in the outside world. It is through this type of action that most promises are delivered. Hence, over promised and under delivered can be a Cancer CType challenge.

Note: The illustration above indicates the following: Cancer CType is Bi-directional Discrimination. This means that the Masculine Mind (thinking mind) looks outward into the outside world and makes something most important. Then Cancer looks in at the Feminine Mind (memories and emotions) and makes one emotion or memory most important. Cancer then repeats the process eventually making everything most important. At that point, the environment becomes most important to Cancer and Cancer begins to nurture anyone in his/her environment. The figure above represents this Cancer CType thinking.

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