Have you ever wondered what it is about you that naturally draws people to you? It could be more than just your gorgeous looks or your clever wit and your zodiac sign may hold the key to what it is. If you’re curious, take a peek at your sign below and see what it is about you that people find so alluring. Perhaps you will learn something else about yourself or get confirmation for what others have said. For fun, you can check your friends as well and pinpoint what drew you to them! Let us know what you think in the comments.
Your trendsetting nature draws people every time. You are an eager and devoted friend who has a tendency towards impetuosity. Your impetuousness and natural aptitude for leadership keep things interesting, so people are happy to go along for the ride!
Though most well known for being stubborn, the Taurus is actually a very charming sign that draws people in with a relatable personality and an air of sensuousness and of class. The stubbornness comes in every now and again but cannot be considered a negative when it is used in defending or supporting those you care about.
Gemini’s are seen as thrilling and impulsive which draws people who are also fun to be around. The energy you put out is matched with intelligence that makes you hard to resist. The outgoing nature you display will always draw people to you and keep your adventures interesting and inspiring.
Your ability to make someone feel cared for and loved draws people to you like moths to a flame. Though often oversensitive, Cancers feel a lot because they care deeply about all their relationship and are known to dependable and affectionate. There is thought in every interaction and gift.
The Leo is known for an overwhelming sense of confidence and a pressuring ambition, but as a Leo, you draw people to you via generous and compassionate nature. You are equal parts push and drive and people are attracted to your forward motion driven mindset and enthusiastic nature. Leos are also fiercely loyal and protective of their bond.
Your analytical nature is your biggest asset to draw people to you. The meticulousness with which you present yourself is reflected in the reliability and maintenance of your relationships. People are drawn to Virgos to create relationships that include actual conversations and clear, easily understood approaches.
Your ability to be diplomatic and gracious win people over every time. Though Libras are known to be indecisive, it is attributed to the need to be diplomatic and reasonable. You’re a social person who creates harmony amongst your friends.
Scorpios are known to be moody and thrive in solitude, but still, draw people in because they are enthusiastically passionate. You repay people who are loyal to you with loyalty and they appreciate it, quickly learning to stick around for the times when you are less moody. People also learn a lot about themselves when becoming friends with Scorpios as they are not typically social butterflies and thrive more from one on one conversations.
You’re more exciting and adventurous than most making you interesting to know. Though you have a tendency to be slightly antisocial, your passionate enthusiasm and loyalty call to others like a siren’s song. People can wait, happily, for the times when you feel most social.
Confidence rolls off of you and draws people to you. You’re a dedicated friend whose friendship must be earned. People see the good in your and are willing to prove themselves just to feel the dedication and sympathy you dish out to those special to you.
fun and excitement seeking nature of your personality draws people in quickly and holds their interest for a long time. Your friendships lack boring moments and the excitement is tangible from the beginning of the friendship. You’re the rebel, you keep things exciting and new.
As a Pisces, it is your natural proclivity for being idealistic, empathetic and emotional that draws people in. The fullness of the efforts you put into others endears them to you. Devotion and an optimistic outlook allow you to see the good in those around you, even when they don’t see it themselves.
By Camielle Lawson