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The Personality of Your Pisces Child

Updated on June 9, 2013

Pisces Kids: February 19-March 20

The Zodiac calendar’s 12th and last sign, Pisces was born between the nineteenth of February and the twentieth of March. Children born under this sign are highly imaginative, sympathetic and sensitive. To raise a Pisces child, there are a few things you need to keep in mind.

Surrounded by Harmony

Make sure you child born Pisces is surrounded by harmony and love. Since their natures are truly sensitive, any kind of stress gets them down quite easily. These children are not delicate, however and can endure hardship by the ton especially when defending a cause they believe in. Giving them tools of emotional strength and self-reliance will help them realize their dreams fully.


It is a reward to raise kids that are Pisces since they are deeply perceptive, caring and sweet. They are the most nurturing children in the zodiac and if you happen to mention you have a headache, your child will leave so you can rest and find out later to check how you are feeling, even when you have yourself forgotten you had one! Since their natures are caring and sensitive, children born under the Pisces sign usually attract friends who need kind words and encouragement. On the other hand, make sure that your child does not end up being a pushover for other stronger children. Many times Pisces children overextend themselves and come home exhausted after helping out each and every one of their playmate. Children under this sign are definitely prone to over-commitment and letting them know that situations such as this will lead to circumstances where no one wins.

Extreme Sensitivity

All Pisceans are marked by one particular trait and that is their extreme sensitivity. While babies born under the sign of emotional extremes and vehemence, Pisceans are sensitive acutely to the smallest nuances of feelings and changes. This quality also includes Pisces children who are in touch with the sensitive moods and needs of the people around them as well as their own inner selves. This makes children who are Pisces some of the most caring and sweet children of all the signs of the zodiac. It is delightful to watch your child looking out for other children. It is like they instinctively understand the care others need and what will help make them feel better. Being ultra-sensitive to the emotions and moods of other people, it is easy to keep children who are Pisces disciplines. One wrong look is all you need to keep them in line. You might not even need to shout, which could feel like punishment that is physical to them. The best method of making a point is to explain gently what is wrong and what can be done to make things right. At times a little Pisces person who is hurt cult be difficult, sulk and withdraw deeply. On these occasions, letting them take their time is important and once they feel confident and positive enough, they will come out from their comfort zone’s depths. Ensure that your little Pisces knows you are there for them and that they can always count on you for support and love.

Wise Little Owls

Unlike a Gemini’s brilliant intellect, Pisces kids have a different sort of intelligence. From the moment they are able to understand the globe, you will notice that there is an almost ancient, wise gaze about them, as if they have lived many lives and have come once more to make the earth a better place. This mindset is expressed through their imagination which is quite vivid. Born story-tellers, Pisceans will thrill you with real life scenarios or even amazing tales that have never crossed your brain. As a matter of fact most children under this sign have dreams that are quite vivid. Most also show early interests in the phenomena of psychics. If these tendencies of mysticism are encouraged and nurtured, children of this sign can grow into true healers, psychologists or mediums.

On the other hand, there are more times than you would care to count where Pisces children’s fertile imaginations can run a-muck and make them appear to be telling things that are not true, especially to adults who are unable to understand the fantasy world. At these times keep in mind that your Pisces kid does not tell fibs to annoy responsible, practical adults that surround them but rather to share their lovely life visions and to entertain. Unless this trait becomes a problems that needs discipline, their brilliant imagination should be encouraged. The practical world will soon be something they will need to deal with. As a matter of fact, if their imaginations are nurtured all the way to their careers, they could actually lead a successful life materially. You may have already noted that your Pisces child shows the small beginnings of being a lover of movies, an avid reader, actress, artist or natural poet. It is also a possibility that your little child will lean towards the spiritual realm, with or without your teaching.

Remaining Aloof

The disadvantage of the Pisces personality of being too sensitive is that they get hurt at the drop of a hat. Even in the earlier years, Pisces children build their own mechanism of defense and stay somewhat aloof from playmates and peers. This is why Pisceans are many times thought to be snobby when actually, they are covering themselves up so that they don’t get heartbroken. As their parent, you need to show them that protecting themselves is important but so is building relationships that are meaningful. Having a social life which is active yourself as well as family members that surround you will help your child see that it is okay to have attachments that are trustworthy and close. On the other hand, don’t expect your child born Pisces to transform himself into the Energizer Bunny and play rough games with cousins. There is something regal about Pisces kids and they walk around like little kings and queens, with their noses in the air slightly.


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