Moon [in Pisces] trine Saturn [in Scorpio]
Moon [in Pisces] square Mercury [in Gemini]
Moon [in Aries] opposite North Node [in Libra]
Moon [in Aries] sextile Ceres [in Aquarius]
A emotionally exhausting verbal disagreement, possibly the first of its kind with a certain special someone, could cause you to question whether or not it was a good idea to let your guard down and allow such intimacy to envelope your safe space of solitude. When something as simple as the wrong word hits you at your weakest moment, it can feel like you’ve been cut right across the chest, and you can almost hear the blood drip dropping onto the concrete. For a moment you’re out in the cold world alone, wondering if there is a such thing as security when you’re so deeply involved with a significant other, or if you’ll have to sacrifice love for the sake of fortifying your soft spots.
Before you go off the deep end, just sit and surrender to the conflict. It’s okay, they happen. Maybe you just need some fresh air, some breathing room to figure out what went wrong and why you’re so angry. If you’re drained of your energy, fear not… a second wind is coming your way, especially if you take the initiative to release your pent up aggression in the form of a blood-pumping physical activity, a kickboxing class per chance? If you’re not into stuff like that, taking a long walk could do the trick. Meet up with an old friend for a good old venting session if that’s what you need. Anything to change the pace and stimulate a fresh perspective is just what the doctor ordered. When you return to The One who pushed your button, the closeness you’ve cultivated is likely to be reawakened as the doubt you experienced earlier is pacified by a subtle sign that promises a rewarding future. There is one condition: you must agree to strike a balance between exercising interpersonal patience and being as direct with your feelings as possible.