Wednesday, November 25, 2020

In the Stars: Horoscopes for the week of Oct. 9

Read according to your rising sign

Aries: frustrations will be amplified this week. Letting it out without thinking could escalate the situation but you have to find a way to feel heard.

Taurus: You will probably feel lucky and more appreciated by the people who support you. This could manifest in different ways: acts of service, gifts, affirmation, etc. Show them you’re grateful for them as well.

Gemini: You are a tendency to overthink and you might feel like you can’t trust what people have to say this week. 

Cancer: You feel like you are finally able to catch a break. Take some time to reflect on what you have endured.

Leo: They might be a new focus on your communication or routine this week. You might finally be able to find the words you’ve been searching for.

Virgo: You might find your time be consumed by over analyzing everything as per typical. However you can’t spend your time like this.

Libra: There’s been some major upheavals for you and your loved ones recently. You might feel like you are able to breathe but it will only be for a moment.

Scorpio: Don’t approach everything and everyone with distrust. Your paranoid gets the better of you which leads you to only see situations one way (before they even happen). Take things as they are sometimes.

Sagittarius: You might feel like you’ve been conflicted in money matters and/or your values, but have just received some clarity. There’s still work to be done.

Capricorn: Some tensions have been lessened for you. Mostly because you are now able to name the problem. 

Aquarius: Saturn has gone direct, and you are able to see the light at the end of tunnel. There may still be trouble with getting there though.

Pisces: There’s been a lot of trouble with your friends lately. You might feel torn between all the different roles you play. You know what you have to do, but it involves hard decisions. Make the right choice.

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