Leo Woman Cancer Man

Chances are you won’t hit it off too well with the man born under Cancer if love is your object, but then Cupid has been known to do some pretty unlikely things. The Cancer man is very sensitive. He is thin-skinned and occasionally moody. You’ve got to keep on your toes—and not step on his—if you’re determined to make a go of the relationship.
The Cancer man may be lacking in many of the qualities you seek in a man, but when it comes to being faithful and being a good provider, he’s hard to beat.
It is the perceptive Leo woman who will not mistake the Crab’s quietness for sullenness or his thriftiness for penny-pinching. In some respects, he is like that wise old owl out on a limb; he may look like he’s dozing but actually he hasn’t missed a thing. Cancers often possess a well of knowledge about human behavior. They can come across with some pretty helpful advice to those in trouble. He can certainly guide you in making investments both in time and in money. He may not say much, but he’s always got his wits about him.
The Crab may not be the match or the catch for many a Leo woman. In fact, he is likely to seem downright dull to the on-the-move Leo girl. True to his sign, he can be fairly cranky and crabby when handled the wrong way. He is perhaps more sensitive than he should be.
Leo people are usually as smart as a whip. If you’re clever, you will never in any way convey the idea that you consider your Cancer a little slow on the uptake. Browbeating is a surefire way of sending the Crab angrily scurrying back to his shell. And it’s quite possible that all of that lost ground will never be recovered.
The Crab is most himself at home. Once settled down for the night or the weekend, wild horses couldn’t drag him any farther than the gatepost—that is, unless those wild horses were dispatched by his mother. The Crab is sometimes a Momma’s boy. If his mate doesn’t put her foot down, he will see to it that his mother always comes first. No self-respecting Leo would ever allow herself to play second fiddle, even if it’s to an elderly mother-in-law. If the Lioness is tactful, she’ll discover that slipping into the number-one position is as easy as pie (that legendary pie his mother used to bake).
If you pamper your Cancer man, you’ll find that “mother” turns up less and less both at the front door as well as in conversations.
Cancers make protective, proud, and patient fathers. But they can be a little too protective. Sheltering may interfere with a youngster’s burgeoning independence. Still, the Cancer father doesn’t want to see his youngster learning about life the hard way.