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Readers Email for the week of July 20, 2014

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Q: Dear Eugenia, A: Dear Confused,

I am 13, and I am confused about my zodiac sign. Our priest said my sign is Cancer, but I was born Aug. 28, 2000, so I think I'm a Virgo. Can you clarify my doubt please? I want to be able to read my horoscope, and right now I'm not sure what sign to read. I don't feel much like a Cancer. --

Confused


eugeniaYou are definitely a Virgo by Sun sign. You think and love like a Virgo as well. Your emotional leaning is that of a Leo, however, with your natal Moon being in the constellation of the Lion.

     The sign Cancer falls in an area of your chart that deals with work and getting along with your peers, so it doesn't really influence your personality much.

     Your rising sign is Aquarius, making this sign pertinent to your basic character. You should read Virgo, Leo and Aquarius to get a better picture as to how each day will unfold.


Q: Dear Eugenia, A: Dear Leo,

I have a huge dilemma. My boyfriend wants to move into a house with me. We have been together for only six months. Not to mention I'm recently graduated from high school. The offer is tempting because I really want to get away from my controlling parents, but I'm just worried that if this happens, everything in my life will start to spiral out of control. I'm ready to go, but I don't want to hurt my parents. I don't want them to resent me. My birthday is Aug. 2, 1996, at 6:25 a.m.; my boyfriend's is Sept. 12, 1994. What do you think? --

Leo



eugeniaThe comparison is OK, but certainly not stellar or worth risking making a mistake you will probably live to regret. You should be thinking about what you are going to do with the rest of your life. By that, I mean professionally. My fear is that should you make the choice to move in and play house, you will end up with children and a lot more responsibility than you should take on at this point in your life.

     Your parents may seem controlling to you, but I'm pretty sure from what I can see in your chart that they love you and are looking out for your best interests. Don't sell yourself short and settle for a mediocre life when you can have so much more.

     Your chart indicates that you have some reservations about higher education, but that shouldn't stop you from striving to improve your future by looking into courses of interest and finding ways to put your skills to good use.

     Talk to your parents, a guidance counselor or someone you look up to regarding your options.

Q: Dear Eugenia,

A: Dear Lost and Distraught ,

I always read your horoscopes and your advice to people who come to you with their doubts. I get inspired by how carefully and clearly you solve the issues. I was born Aug. 20, 1988, at 7:10 a.m.

     Right now, my life seems to have lost its direction, and I don't know which way to go. In fact, I don't have any vision. It is mainly because I am not happy with my personal life and how things have fallen apart as of late.

     I am in love with this guy (born April 29, 1986). I have never loved anyone with such intensity. I met him in 2011 and we had a good start, but things got all blurry. I ended up feeling miserable and unloved and we broke up, but he always pops back into my life.

     In March, he popped back again and told me that he wants to marry me and that he loves me and can't live without me. I believed him and took another chance. I had just finished my accounting degree and thought it was a good time to start a life with someone I love. Now when I ask him for commitment, he refuses, saying he needs to make his life stable. I don't know if he is lying or what is in his mind.

     I have been stressed and mistreated and feel like a fool. I don't know what I should be doing with him. I quit my job and am jobless at the moment. I know I should do something about it to make my life better, but I just can't.

     He still calls and texts me, and I haven't responded. I don't feel like doing anything. I am scared to do anything as I failed twice in this relationship already. Should I leave or stay? And what opportunities will I have in my career, or is my life doomed forever? --

Lost and Distraught






 

 


eugenia

The first thing you should do is to get back to work. Money and independence are power, and they will help boost your confidence and get you back on track. I know that may seem difficult, but if you send out your resume, you will find work.

     The comparison with your Taurus man has both good and bad qualities. The good are that you do have love for each other, and he does want to be able to supply a stable and secure future for his family; however, he isn't completely honest with you about the way he feels emotionally, mentally or physically, and that is the reason behind his coming and going.

     The Taurus and Capricorn influences in his chart make him want to commit to you, but with his natal Mercury (the way he thinks) in Aries and his natal Venus (the way he loves) in Gemini, he has a difficult time staying focused on one person and a traditional lifestyle. I believe he will eventually be ready to settle down next year, but whether he has the type of staying power you need to feel comfortable in the relationship is questionable.

     Give him time and space, but don't stop living. Get back on track, back to work and open your heart to new opportunities with partners who can offer you something more substantial.


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