Don't reject your loved-one, if he or she asks the dreaded question “What's wrong with you today?” If your only answer is a short “Nothing!” accompanied with a face as long as a fiddle, you will only stir up the anger of your partner. There is no shame in owning up to your bad mood and irritability. Of course, you will be asked about the reasons for it. But to have a person, whom you trust and are able to talk to, can be a gift!
One way to alleviate the stress you might feel is to approach life in a more playful way and try to brighten up your situation - but don't expect to receive too much credit for your efforts. Instead, whatever you do, you're scrutinized, your motives examined and you find yourself having to defend all your actions.
Don’t expect any comfort from your family right now. The many little annoyances you’re confronted with won’t make you feel better anyway. Take a positive laid-back attitude. If you stubbornly stick to your views, conflicts will escalate and your mistakes won’t be so quickly forgiven. If you are willing to compromise, everything will be fine.
Your work is characterized by insecurity and confrontation. Don't allow yourself to become overwhelmed, just because you don't have the precise answer to every problem straightaway. Keep a calm exterior, avoid making your problems worse. Often even serious catastrophes are over just as quickly as they arise.
As you cannot know what the future holds and things can change quickly, prepare to be flexible, also in financial matters. You might suffer unpleasant consequences if you make a big investment or acquisition now. If you’re given this advice, remain sceptical and take some time to consider, as the information might not be the best.
Slow down, with all the activities you're involved in, both your mind and body need more relaxation than you're allowing them. Listen to your body, and do something good for your health. Pay more attention to the balance between activity, relaxation and pleasure. A deep-tissue massage often works wonders.
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Moon (Aries) Sextile Venus (Gemini)
The sextile is to be considered as actually good aspect for marriage and the developing relationship. Your affection is courteous, adaptive and flexible - Family life is valued. Quarrel must be avoided.
Mercury (Aries) Conjunction Uranus (Aries)
But you take the challenge: your intuition is great and you gain energetic drive. You are determined, purposeful and single-minded. Prevailing talents for language and style are supplemented with flexibility and authentic structures give you all assistance. Logic combined with thoughtfulness – you follow proper structures. Your talent or skill unfolds innovating ideas.
Mercury → Taurus
When Mercury is presented in the sign of Taurus the period shows no quick-wittedness, but continuity and diligence. Material interest would be on the focus of personal interest. Dogmatism and taciturnity are the talents that represent the spirit during that period of time. Pragmatism and taking of personal advantage would be realized and might find appliance.
Moon (Aries) Square Mars (Capricorn)
The square let you behave quarrelsomely and act prematurely. It does not make a difference whether you are male or female - it could arise some trouble with each other. Extravagance and wastage concerning financial matters are accompanied by passionate and delicate moves.
Moon (Aries) Conjunction Uranus (Aries)
This aspect could show a lack of inner balance and rationality - maybe odd habits could be shown or time for romance.
Moon → Taurus
When the moon enters into the sign of Taurus the time is prosperous and you might multiply wealth. Delimitation against each other, security and habits are important at the moment. Home, family and all kinds of pleasure are paramount.
Moon (Taurus) Conjunction Mercury (Taurus)
This constellation represents a solid foundation for career and business interactions: you are inspired by sublimeness and show equally a fair power of judgement. Best time to prepare new projects and solicit clients.
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