You’re definitely going to have to tiptoe around others in the early part of the week, but if it makes you feel any better, so will all of the other signs! Several difficult squares from Sunday through Tuesday will test your connections, especially with co-workers, family members or serious romantic partners.
Sunday brings a Venus-Pluto square that could bring up emotional matters with family or a lover. Someone may be trying to change the “rules” of the relationship, or the roles that you play. Don’t be strong-armed into doing something that makes you uncomfortable, or puts you in a subservient position.
This also applies to business alliances. Someone with whom you work closely may try to make changes in the partnership, or with a major client or project, that makes you concerned about the stability of the arrangement.
Watch what you say, as planets in your communications sector may push you to lash out on Monday and Tuesday. This could especially happen with colleagues or clients. Aggressive Mars might be pushing them to act out–don’t take the bait.
You could also be at odds with a romantic partner over the division of labor at home with chores and errands. Again, stand your ground if you feel that others are trying to manipulate you. Be diplomatic but protect your interests.
Things should improve by Saturday as a harmonious Mars-Uranus trine will help you sort out who’s responsible for what task, at home and at work.
But the really big (and positive) news of the week is the lunar eclipse on Friday in Pisces. This is a good one, and it occurs in the most adventurous part of your chart! If you’ve been holding back in any area of your life, now’s the time to take a bold risk and bust out.
People will be interested in your ideas, whether it’s just folks in the neighborhood or the news media. You might be wrapping up a big project, such as a product launch, book manuscript, getting licensed for a new career, or applying to a college. Your life is about to expand in a big way–just don’t fall into the trap of wanting to do things the same old way you’ve always done them.