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Virgo and Pisces Friendship Compatibility

Virgo and Pisces Friendship Compatibility

Virgo and Pisces friendships just work, despite the significant differences between these two sun signs. Sat opposite one another on the astrological wheel, these two zodiac signs are opposites in many ways.

Pisces is fearless when it comes to making friends, but struggles with their independence, while Virgo is self-contained and independent, but always has their defenses up. While this might not seem like a recipe for compatibility, as friends they seem to fill the space to make a complete and compelling whole.

Here are the Virgo and Pisces friendship key areas:

Mutual interests★★☆☆☆
Fun and Excitement★★★☆☆
Likelihood to Last★★★★☆

Virgo and Pisces Compatible as Friends?

Virgo and Pisces, despite their apparent differences, make excellent friends. They tend to find one another fascinating, and their differences mean that they challenge each other in a way that they find stimulating.

The two rarely find themselves in conflict, as they are both very good at reading people, and generally choose to see the best in people. As a result, once they bond, their relationship can be incredibly strong and long-lasting.

Mutual Interests

Virgo and Pisces are both highly passionate people with a lot of deep interests, but those interests seldom align. While Pisces tends towards the artistic and the spiritual, Virgo tends towards the rational and the mentally challenging. But when they do find themselves interested in the same area, their different approaches can complement one another nicely.

The other big difference between these two is that Virgo often likes to do things on their own, while Pisces always like a partner in crime. But if Virgo feels that Pisces genuinely shares their interest, then they will be happy to open up, and might find that sharing their journey with Pisces deepens it for them.


Pisces is one of the signs that is known for their loyalty. They are generous and genuinely care about other people, and enjoy helping people. Unlike some that extend a helping hand, they never expect anything in return, they do it because it feels right to them on an innate level.

Virgo, while generous and caring, tends to be more reserved. This is not because they do not wish to help. Rather, they believe that you should wait to be asked. Not everyone appreciates people getting up in their business. They also aren’t always as appreciative of a helping has as they could be, as they believe that they can tackle the world alone.

But Virgo is observant enough to see that Pisces is coming from a genuine place, and so will never be ungrateful. Pisces’ generosity can also encourage Virgo to come out of themselves a little bit and show a little more of their genuine selves without the need to be invited to do so

Fun & Excitement

Virgo and Pisces do not tend to be on the same page when it comes to fun. While there is nothing that Pisces enjoys more than meeting new people, Virgo can be reticent in these situations as they do not like to “perform”.

At the same time, Virgo needs to spend quite a bit of time on their own to recharge their batteries, while Pisces can find alone time stifling.

But this does not mean that the two cannot have fun together. Pisces’ naturally open and friendly nature tends to be infectious, and can encourage Virgo to break out of their shell and show just how sociable they can be.

At the same time, Virgo has enough positive energy to keep Pisces fed while the two are spending time alone together, so their energy won’t drop when they are enjoying one on one time.

Likelihood to Last

Friendships between Virgo and Pisces are very likely to last the test of time. Both are very good at reading people, and very understanding.

Neither tends to hold small infractions against the other person. They know that life is complicated and that people have a lot of reasons for doing what they do. You should never judge until you have walked in their shoes.

For this reason, these two rarely have a reason to fight. And with Pisces always going out of their way to keep in touch and show the people that matter to them just how important they are, they will tend to stay connected.

Plus, both Virgo and Pisces are the type to hold friendships in their hearts even when they are unable to spend much time together. They will come back together as if no time as passed at all.


Virgo and Pisces can find themselves forming a very deep bond. Pisces is very open, and so find that they bond with other people every easily. Virgo on the other hand has a lot of internal defenses that they use to protect themselves, and are reluctant to let other people in.

But Virgo can see Pisces’ open and generous nature, and that their interest comes from a genuine place and that they do not “want” anything from Virgo. As a result, Virgo, can feel a bit freer to be themselves.

The biggest challenge is that Pisces can be a little intense, and if this goes too far it can cause Virgo to shut down, as a defense against something that they are not ready for yet. Things work better when Pisces gives Virgo a bit of time and space.

Virgo and Pisces Potential to be More Than Just Friends

It can be hard for outsiders to imagine Virgo and Pisces together, because they are just so different, but they actually make an excellent love connection.

Virgo and Pisces tend to find what separates them fascinating. Virgo finds the easy way in which Pisces connects with people intriguing, while Pisces is enamored with the way that Virgo is so self-contained and independent.

These differences can throw up challenges as the two struggle to fit into one another’s worlds, but Pisces is very accommodating and willing to make compromises. Virgo is less flexible, but when they see Pisces meeting them more than halfway, they will tend to give a little.

The two will find their differing energy both challenging and stimulating, in a way that makes for a fulfilling and happy relationship.

Jessica has had a keen interest in the esoteric since she was a teenager, studying and practicing for many years.

More recently, she has become interested in how new age practices can be used to boost confidence and self-esteem, and help people take control of their lives and their mindsets.

An Australian abroad, Jessica has a Masters from the University of Oxford where she studied ancient religions and cult practices. After graduating, she worked for the Oxford University Museums for several years.

She now lives in Brazil where she works as a freelance writer, translator and Capoeirista.