Provide some time for your ex-partner who is a Cancer to experience the impact of your absence. If you want to venture outside of your comfort zone, go to home parties with a diverse set of people.
When they see you spending time with someone else in a cosy setting, Cancerians may grow jealous because they have a strong fondness for cosy settings.
Cancers yearn for times gone by. They frequently share a close connection with earlier, more archaic kinds of creativity and love adventures.
They cherish their memories of their former lovers. If you see your Cancer ex getting sad and stuck in the past, try to bring them into the present and talk about the fun times you had.
Try not to be overly eager to show your ex that you are not the same person you once were when you run into them. Cancerians are very emotional individuals,
therefore if you come out as someone entirely different, they won't want to discuss how your separation and their shattered heart have affected them in an open way.
Use the time you have together to leave something behind that they'll value. Cancers are natural nesters and enjoy their spouses' company,
so they want to stay with them. Make sure the impression you leave captures how deep and intimate your connection was.