In any other relationship, they wouldn’t be relying on anyone for what is usually their individual strength alone.
But here there’s a real co-dependency, especially from Pisces towards Taurus.
The desire is for total melting in love, and swimming into each other, where boundaries blur in a rhythm of languid ecstasy.
Taurus likes a lot of space at first to sound out the object of desire.
Taurus and Pisces both thrive in mellow, aesthetically pleasing places.
Great first date places are candlelit bistros, the cinema, the wilder part of the city park.
If your words don’t necessarily match up with your body language, you’ll never know the best of a Taurus Man or be top priority in his senses.
There’s a heavy reliance on Pisces towards Taurus here – we’re not just talking about the Fish being vulnerable (don’t buy that act, Taurus) but that Pisces house of self-worth (Pisces 2nd) overlaps with Taurus house of subconscious instinct (Taurus 12th).
Without getting lost in the details here, the re-occurring downfall of this two signs is disrespect or lack of mutual respect.
It can work beautifully, with the Pisces female providing inspiration to nourish the Taurus male’s goals and ambitions, while his reassuring stability can bring her down to earth long enough to actualize her own. We’ve seen Taurus and Pisces couples that work brilliantly – usually after a major break-up and refinding one another later on.
It can be a natural phase of progression in any romance, if both are willing to manage and grow out of it.
Any lessons you both learn, you’re both going to learn it the hard way.