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Top 5 Signs You're A True Virgo

VO: Lisa Yang
Top 5 Signs You're A True Virgo If you're a good friend, a hypochondriac, a problem solver, can be a bit controlling, and a perfectionist then you’re probably a Virgo! Or have some virgo in you. In this countdown we take a look at the Top 5 signs that tell you that you’re a true virgo.

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Top 5 Signs You're A True Virgo

If your birthday is between August 22nd and September 22nd, we’ve got some insight about your personality. Welcome to MsMojo and today we're counting down our picks for the Top 5 Signs You're A True Virgo.
For this list, we’re looking at the most common Virgo personality traits, so listen up to see if you’re similar to other famous Virgos like Amy Poehler, Alexis Bledel, Blake Lively and Beyoncé.

#5: You Are a Good Friend

Virgos can sometimes come off as a little bit cold or unemotional because of their tendency to overthink things, but deep down they’re actually very sensitive. They place their friends at the center of their lives and because they’re so good at giving advice, their friends tend to flock to them in times of need. Virgos are also good listeners; when someone has a issue, they can sit quietly for hours until that person is done venting. They can be very wise when it comes to other people’s troubles but they often have a hard time applying that same knowledge to their own life.

#4: You Are a Hypochondriac

Virgos are known for being very in touch with their physical bodies, noticing little quirks and symptoms that others might dismiss. While this can manifest positively, shaping you into someone who is passionate about health and nutrition, it can also result in a bit of hypochondria from time to time. Don’t be surprised to find a Virgo hours-deep in a WebMD spiral or running to the doctor for every little ache and pain they experience. And definitely don’t tell your Virgo friend about that weird you disease you just heard about- because they’ll probably think they have it.

#3: You Can Be a Bit Controlling

Virgos like to have things done their way, and that means they can sometimes end up becoming a little controlling on their quest to get what they want. They’re also pretty serious neat freaks, which can sometimes make people think that they’re a little bit OCD. Because Virgos know that they’re good decision makers and can get things done quickly and efficiently, they tend to have a hard time following the lead of another, which can sometimes result in problems in the workplace or within the context of relationships. They want to be the leader and can’t stand having to follow someone else’s rules- especially when those rules seem arbitrary.

#2: You Are a Problem Solver

As one of the most logical and rational of the star signs, Virgos are naturally good problem solvers. Since they tend to think with their heads instead of their hearts, the conclusions they come to may sometimes seem harsh or emotionally detached to others, but ultimately, it makes them incredibly good at identifying what needs doing and getting it done. By extension, Virgos can be extremely objective and fair, meaning that they make great mediators and do well with conflict. They’re also extreme realists and don’t waste any time considering possibilities outside the realm of possibility, which makes them a good ally in a time of crisis.

#1: You Are a Perfectionist

A crooked picture frame, an unwanted condiment, a misspelled word- these are not things that Virgos can handle. To Virgos, the details always matter, and they’ll fixate if things aren’t just so. Virgos work overtime until the project they’ve taken on is sure to get a winning grade. This can sometimes be to their detriment however if they allow themselves to obsess over little things at the expense of seeing the big picture. They’re also quick to notice and point out flaws in things or even other people. Word to the wise, Virgo: this is an urge that you should learn to suppress in certain scenarios if you want to keep your relationships intact.


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