Does your child cause all manner of trouble when your new boyfriend comes over? Some Sun signs can handle change better than others. Take a look at how your kid will most likely react to your new partner, and learn how best to shift their attitude.
Children with Mutable signs -- Virgo, Pisces, Sagittarius and Gemini -- will come around to the new situation with ease. Virgo might grumble and Pisces could disappear off into their own inner world for a bit, but ultimately they should handle the change fairly well. Sagittarius and Gemini will brighten up at the prospect of a new playmate and someone with different ideas. But be warned: All four signs may attack you and your new partner at first with some very direct comments, so be prepared! The good news is that things should clear up quickly.
The Fixed signs -- Taurus, Leo, Scorpio and Aquarius -- will have the most difficulty since they don't like having to adapt to anything new. Taurus may not say much, but the Bull is the master of passive resistance and will drag their heels rather subtly. Leo will sulk since they'll feel like attention that was once theirs is now being diverted elsewhere. They'll need to be told constantly how important they are -- preferably by the new boyfriend. Scorpio and Aquarius may try to subvert your best-laid plans. Confrontation never works with them, so you'll just need to be firm and persuasive over time.
Among the Cardinal signs -- Capricorn, Libra, Cancer and Aries -- Capricorn may not approve at first, but they know that life can be hard, so they'll eventually come around. But if the new boyfriend is wild and -- in the Goat's eyes -- a social embarrassment, your little Cap will certainly object. Libra also demands a degree of respectability, since they always require their friends' approval. Keeping up appearances is their priority, so your new mate will need to reach their standards. Cancer will be caught up in conflicting feelings. They really want you to be happy, but they don't want a stranger in the family group -- especially if it makes them feel disloyal to their missing parent. They'll need time to adjust to the idea. Finally, Aries will regard an intruder into the family as a competitor, so you can expect rumblings and sharp comments from them. As long as your new mate stands true and proves a worthy adversary, however, your young Aries will eventually be accepting.