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Dating a Taurus woman

Lorna Cowan / 16 August 2019

The Taurus female is loyal and dependable, but don't risk losing her trust. Find out what it is like to date a Taurean woman.

Taurus woman
The Taurus woman seeks stability and security

April 20 - May 20
Earth sign

Characteristics of a Taurus woman

You’ll notice the woman born under Taurus – she’s the independent lady, the one who lives in a stylish home, drives a nice car and is always well dressed. She is elegant, has good taste and will pay for quality.

The Taurus female likes everything in her life to last, relationships included. She’s worked hard and saved even harder to be financially secure, and if she’s a parent (probably widowed rather than divorced), her children will be well brought up – she doesn’t stand for any nonsense.

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The Taurus woman in love

The Taurus female is a loyal partner and the most dependable of all the star signs. Taureans are down-to-earth and thinks practically about affairs of the heart, and when she eventually commits to someone – she’ll take her time choosing that special person – she expects it to be forever. That said, if you lose her trust, she won’t think twice about calling it a day. 

Cautious in the early stages of love, a Taurus woman seldom goes on casual dates, so if she’s already agreed to see you, well done!

First date conversation tips

How to date a Taurus woman

She may be assertive and able to achieve great things on her own, but the Taurus woman is a traditional girl at heart and will happily let someone else take the lead when it comes to organising a date. Be romantic and affectionate, keep the compliments flowing and if you really want to impress, give her a gift. Make it thoughtful, not necessarily expensive. 

Want your relationship to last? Be yourself and honest from the start. Don’t pretend to be someone you’re not.

How NOT to date a Taurus woman

Never promise what you can’t deliver. And avoid standing her up. If you’re going to be late for a date, or not turn up at all, get in touch. 

The Taurus woman rarely shows her anger, but when she does, run for shelter! As for surprises, it’s best not to secretly plan a weekend away. She’ll love a night in a hotel but only if she’s allowed to say where. And while a Taurean won’t mind splitting the bill on a dinner date, if you’ve offered to pay, don’t moan as you hand over your credit card.

A Taurean's perfect date

Being an Earth sign, the Taurus female loves the great outdoors and being close to nature. She’s not a daredevil seeking adventures though, a country walk or stroll along the beach will suffice. 

Just pay her attention and make her feel special. It’s true she enjoys the finer things in life, so if you can splash out on a treat – she appreciates good food and fine wine – she’ll love you all the more. The other 51 weekends of the year, she’ll be content in the comfort of her own home.

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Compatibility with a Taurean

The Taurus female seeks stability and security so she is attracted to other Earth signs who share her values and common sense. 

A passionate Capricorn or entertaining Virgo, however, will spice up her life better than another Taurus. This pairing, although devoted, may let stubbornness get in the way of closeness. 

Air signs are way too flighty for the solid Taurus, while fire signs, in particular Aries, can want too much too soon. The Taurus female is a sensual creature but will not be rushed in a relationship.

Famous Taurus females: Adele, Audrey Hepburn, Joanna Lumley, Enya

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The opinions expressed are those of the author and are not held by Saga unless specifically stated. The material is for general information only and does not constitute investment, tax, legal, medical or other form of advice. You should not rely on this information to make (or refrain from making) any decisions. Always obtain independent, professional advice for your own particular situation.

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