Let your ex-Cancer to feel the impact of your absence by giving them some space. Go outside of your comfort zone by attending home parties with a varied variety of people.
Due to their strong preference for cosy settings, Cancerians may grow jealous if they see you spending time with someone else in one.
Cancer patients yearn for the past. They typically have close linkages to earlier, more archaic types of creativity and passionate pursuits. The memories they share with their ex-partners are cherished by them.
If you see your Cancer ex is emotional and caught up in the past, try to share the moment with them and talk about the positive recollections of the event.
When you run into your ex, try not to be overly eager to prove that you are not the same person you previously were.
Cancerians, who are highly emotional, won't want to openly discuss how your separation and their shattered heart have affected them if you come out as someone entirely different.
Take advantage of your time together to leave them with something they'll value.
Because they are natural nesters and enjoy their partners' company, cancers desire to remain with them. Make sure the impression you leave captures the breadth and intimacy of your relationship.