The relationship between two Scorpio individuals will be a bitter-sweet one. They have the same positive qualities and they share the same negative traits. This love match is bound to have lots of intensity, as neither the individuals is prone to enter into a relationship with shallow feelings. There will be lots and lots of romance in this zodiac match and it could easily result in long-term commitment and marriage. Both of them are extremely passionate about everything in their life and this includes their partner too.
Possessiveness and jealousy are the characteristics traits of the
Scorpion and he cannot tolerate sharing something or someone he
considers his. Whenever he becomes involved in a relationship, he
becomes emotionally much attached, though it may take some time for his
partner to realize this. His love is never something that he takes
lightly. The compatibility problem with this love match will be that
both the individuals are very stubborn and can be very difficult to
persuade, especially after they have made up their mind.
If, at such a time, neither of them bends down a little, the clash can
turn into something very serious and can even endanger the zodiac match.
There may be stormy fights every now and then, but then, the reunions
will be just as sizzling too. The love of a Scorpio has as much ardor as
his hate. He cannot simply love or hate. He has to love passionate and
hate fiercely. The relationship between two Scorpios will either be
profoundly fulfilling or extremely devastating. There is no middle
ground for these individuals.
Their chemistry will be totally endearing and their union will comprise
of strong feelings, desires and emotions. Neither of them is satisfied
with moderation in anything, they need to feel extreme emotions all the
time. Both of them are extremely dependable and there will never ever be
any complaint on the loyalty front. They will love each other, protect
each other and fight for each other. However, there may be some problems
as far as the long-term compatibility is concerned. But, none of them is
so great as to not be cured by conscious efforts.