Cancer: Love & Relationships

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cancer
6/22 - 7/22
February  

Monthly Love

If you haven't quite been pulling your weight lately in a relationship, the 1st and 2nd could be the days that you get a little feedback on how they've been feeling about that. Whether it's your new squeeze, your longtime romantic partner or your roommate, they'll give you a well-deserved reality check. Namely: If you want this thing to work smoothly, you need to put in a little (or a lot) more effort. You might need to take some time to rest and recharge on the 7th and 8th. Don't forget that keeping happy and healthy is crucial to your ability to be there for others. What's the hurry on the 13th, 14th or 15th? You two have all the time in the world, right now. So make the most of it! You're in a special kind of romantic space on the 21st and 22nd. You feel emotionally committed and intuitively safe and yet happy and excited: What could be better? What about that chocolate cake they baked just to say they love you? Talk it out on the 25th. Start something new together on the 28th.

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DAILY MOMSCOPE

It's best to focus on intellect instead of emotion today. You may be able to fend off the little one's big temper tantrum if you respond in a reasonable, rational manner. Either way, it can't hurt to try.

 

DAILY OVERVIEW

You and your partner (romantic or otherwise) are at odds with each other today over something that seems silly at first glance but turns into a big deal the more you look at it. Try to see both sides.

 

DAILY FOODSCOPE

Your brain is feeling a tad sluggish, so go out of your way to give your grey matter a pick-me-up. The Omega-3s found in fish like salmon and tuna can stimulate your neural synapses and you might even remember where you put your car keys. If you're a vegetarian, add flax or hemp seed to your diet for a similar lift.

 

DAILY BEAUTYSCOPE

A friend wants you to be honest about her new look. Frankly, you think it might be a mistake. But instead of being blunt, ask her how she feels about it. Then you can have a real, productive discussion.