Fire-Sign Parent and Air-Sign Child

This is usually a harmonious combination or can be made so with some minor adjustments and considerations, primarily due to the fact that the fire-sign parent is inclined to action and self-assertiveness whereas the air-sign child needs to talk about, assess, and/or reflect before taking action, and often feels hurried and pushed by a fiery parent. Also, the air-sign child needs social approval, is keenly aware of other people's opinions, and is strongly influenced by friends or group pressure. The fire-sign parent, who values individuality and uniqueness, is apt to get irritated with this need of their child's to fit in and be one of the gang.

For the most part, though, there is an ease between the two.

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