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Q: Dear Eugenia, A: Dear Aries,

I have written to you asking about medical issues in the past, which you helped me with, but this time it's different. I'm at a loss. 

     I had a job I loved. I excelled. My output was three times that of my predecessor. I went above and beyond because I liked it so much. Then my company was bought out and my position became obsolete. They didn't lay me off, but I am now doing a job I don't love.

     I want to quit and write bestselling books, but I keep telling myself that I could end up homeless, and it's a pipe dream. I do have some money saved for retirement.

     I think I have Leo rising; I heard Leos have some good stuff happening this year -- will it help? I was born April 19, 1966, at 11:45 a.m. -- Aries


eugeniaYes you do have Leo rising, and although Jupiter is passing through that constellation now until next summer and will help you where publishing is concerned, it will also cause you to overreact, overindulge, overspend and can give you false hope during next spring and summer.

     I am of the belief that you have to support your addiction to whatever art you want to create. In other words, if you have a book in you, you will write it on the evenings and weekends. It's after your first book makes you a bundle that you can quit your day job. 

     You should have been writing this past year and presenting, promoting and pushing for recognition during the upcoming 12 months; however, if you can write your book between now and mid-December, you can still take advantage of the transits you have to sell your book. 

Q: Dear Eugenia, A: Dear Taurus in Limbo,

I am a Taurus, born April 21, 1977, at 8:04 p.m. My partner was born Nov. 30, 1984. I am female, and so is my partner.

     We met online through mutual friends. We seem to have this unbelievable connection, like we've known each other our whole lives, yet it appears she may have some emotional baggage she's dealing with. She takes out her anger and frustration on those closest to her -- especially me.

     I am a stubborn Taurus, but I really don't like disrespect and will see red. This is fueling the fire, I think. Despite all this fire going around, I don't like drama and all the craziness she apparently thrives off. Yet we are drawn back to each other.

     What do you see with our future? She loves to confess she loves me, that I bring out her emotions and feelings and she's never felt this way about someone, but I don't know. --

Taurus in Limbo

eugeniaI'd like to say that the worst is over, but when it comes to displays of anger, you've got a little way to go. Even then, it will always be part of your relationship.

     On the upside, one of the transits that has plagued you the past couple of years is ending in December; however, the one that causes emotional indulgence and overreacting, etc., will be fueling your fiery relationship until next June, which means you'll be in a make-it-or-break-it state of affairs until that time.

     I do like your astrological comparison and think you can make this work, but only if she agrees to go for anger management counseling to curb her problematic need to throw emotional blackmail in your face as a means of punishment. Little does she know that she is no match for the fury that will follow if she pushes a Bull too far.

Q: Dear Eugenia,

A: Dear Pisces,

I don't know why, but my horoscope is almost always spot-on. I was born March 7, 1984, at 7 p.m. I've been seeing the same man for seven years in October. It's been a painfully slow relationship. We both have deep-rooted trust issues due to failed marriages and rough childhoods (with his being far worse than mine -- he went without a lot). He was born Sept. 21, 1979.

     Last fall, I started an extra relationship with a co-worker (born Jan. 4, 1983) that ended in five months because we were both attached. Again, I struggled and lapsed with another person (Sept. 1, 1974). I confessed the second person, and he ended up finding out about the first affair.

     My heart is screaming that I've made a mistake and that he's the one I want to spend the rest of my life with. I don't want to think of it as wasted time. I want to know if we can work beyond this. I'm remorseful and have every intention of being the straight-and-narrow, loving woman he deserves. --





If your Virgo partner had written to me instead of you I would tell him to run. Your astrological comparison is riddled with sorrow, deception and disillusionment. There isn't anything that makes me believe he should trust you.

     Fortunately for you, he doesn't find it easy to make a decision, so he is likely to stay put until he cannot stand the anguish anymore or someone comes and saves him from himself and you.

     This is a karmic connection, so perhaps you are paying him back for something he did to you in a past life, but my thought is that you will continue to do this to each other until one of you rises above your temptations and indulgences and makes a motion to offer love, patience, tolerance and, of course, we must throw in counseling to help you get out of this unhealthy cycle and into the relationship you both deserve -- and that may not be with each other. The best you can hope for is forgiveness and freeing each other to move on.

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