Transcript for Parents look to raise kids based on their zodiac sign
And now to the new out-of-this-world parenting trend? According to an article in "The New York Times," zodiac parenting is all the rage. What is your sun sign? Libra. Oh, that's not Reporter: Many Americans seek cosmic guidance on everything from their compatibility to their daily horoscope reading. Now some parents are using astrology to influence how they relate to their kids. My name is Ariana and I'm a my daughter is a pisces and my son is a Virgo. Reporter: She turns to her children's zodiac signs to understand their behavior. My daughter is very creative and fluid and very artistic. My son is connected with the Earth element. He's grounded and loves to organize things, and he is is extremely charming. Understanding how to nurture your child according to the stars can really help you foster their development in a way that really speaks to who they are. Reporter: Astrologer of the astro twins is co-author of the book "Momstrology," and she says astrology can provide clues as to who we are at our core. It's kind of that hidden lens into the things that your child might not be able to express to you. Reporter: Despite the lack of scientific evidence, some parents are finding meaning in the stars. There's a reason why astrology has stuck around since ancient times. It's because there's wisdom in it that resonates as true for people. You kind of realize that this is all greater than you, and this is all bigger than you. So I think it's about reviving ancient rituals that you can really incorporate in your daily life to elevate it. Reporter: And it's said the astroological chart is like a blueprint to the soul. It can help you make better parenting decisions and make your life a little bit easier. My daughter tried to defend her behavior last week by saying, mom, I'm a capricorn. It didn't work. Coming up next, the boxing coach with a heart of gold.
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