Possibly the most perfect partner you could wish for.If you aren't sensitive enough, or can't be bothered to nurture him at appropriate times, then your perfect Cancer lover may become increasingly distant and argumentative as your tally of neglect grows.
That man at your office who offers hugs when you're feeling down is probably a Cancer...
(as a side note, this can be construed as flirting, often where it isn't intended) If you're able to pick up on other peoples emotions this is a wonderful, caring and warm sign, and everything you've read about them being nurturing and supportive is true.
The most you do is just show up, be sweet & be beautiful. Don't chase him, stalk him, initiate too many calls/texts/emails. When u two are around each other give him the time of his life. Try to SHOW HIM how u feel about him rather than telling him you cant breathe without him. If you & him are just starting out, break the ice by touching him first. The key is to be friendly with a little innocent flirting. Also I can say with 100% accuracy that some of them like pushing buttons just to make you mad. they aren't fare, they want everything exactly the way they want it, and only when they want it, and your feelings and opinions do. Does that sound like a great, upstanding guy to you? most people can't handle it, I'm used to them trying to turn it around to be my problem. Posted by Aquarius Jan25 This is exactly what I'm doing, turned into an option to the Cancer female I was talking to.
How to act with cancer man: Once he's won your time, u can really start to shine. Be fun and sweet but not too mushy or emotional (don't turn him into your therapist) Just Be Yourself ! Snapping or begging or making him jealous does NOT draw him closer to you... If you are bold like me, give him a girly kiss on the cheek! This will help if you're a really gorgeous girl, he won't feel too scared of u. HAHA this makes them sound like gigantic babies who can't treetrunking handle life. the bottom line is that cancer boys are the reason the term "have your cake, and eat it too" exists. I just recently had a convo with one who explained to me how, even if he was completely in love with a girl, he was sure he would still cheat, because he wants to, but would be furious if that girl cheated on him.
Or he may try to sabotage the relationship indirectly, not even knowing himself what's really bothering him.