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MAN TAKES CNY ZODIAC FORECAST TOO SERIOUSLY, IF LOUSY MEANS HIS YEAR IS GONE

Chinese New Year is a holiday that I’ve grown up with, and I’ve always been fascinated by the zodiac forecast that comes with it.

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Each zodiac animal predicts a different set of fortunes for the coming year, and I’ve always been eager to see what the forecast holds for me. Last year, however, I’ve taken the forecast a bit too seriously.

I’m a Tiger, and the forecast for last year’s Tiger sign says that it’s going to be a difficult year. The forecast warns that things could take a turn for the worse, and that I should be prepared for some nasty surprises.

This scared me, and I began to worry that if the zodiac forecast was bad, then my whole year would be bad.

I started to become paranoid, and began to see signs of bad luck everywhere. I was convinced that bad things were going to happen to me, and it was all because of the zodiac forecast.

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I started to be extra careful and avoided taking risks. I even stopped doing things that I usually enjoyed, like going to karaoke or playing sports, because I was afraid that I would have bad luck.

I knew my behavior was irrational, but I was so scared of the forecast coming true that I couldn’t help it. My friends noticed my strange behavior, and they tried to help me.

They reminded me that the zodiac forecast was just an opinion, and that I should try not to take it too seriously.

They reminded me that I had the power to make my own luck, and that I should focus on the things that I can control rather than worrying about what the zodiac says.

However, I could not accept what they said as no matter how I tried to control the situation, something will surely ‘screw up’.

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Right now I just hope that the Tiger year can be over soon so that all these bad luck will be gone also.

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