Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Libra needs to be with friends all the time—they give you a shot of energy and a cheerful outlook. This month, Venus and Mars, the two celestial lovers, will meet for the only time in 2021 on Tuesday, July 13. You will feel the strength of this romantic, fun aspect as it builds over the preceding weekend of July 10-11. You are ruled by Venus, giving Venus extra weight and importance to your chart, so July 10-13 will be sparkling days for you. The job of Venus and Mars, when together, is to light the spark of new love, as well as rekindle true love to bring you both closer in a fun, flirty way.
The full moon in Aquarius on July 23 might bring a decision point for you in your personal life. If you are dating seriously, you may decide to continue and grow closer, possibly by moving in together or committing to an engagement. You might even get married. Alternatively, the topic of pregnancy, babies, or the care of children may come up, and again, you will make a decision because full moons bring closure.
There is some indication that the person you are dating might be more demanding of your time too, and complain you are giving your friends and your career too much attention. This same complaint might come instead from one of your children. (When it rains, it pours.) At the full moon, the feelings that are being expressed to you must be acknowledged and not dismissed—be glad the people you love and who love you are speaking up, even if hearing all this makes you feel pulled in two directions. This way, you can find a way to re-balance your time and take better care of all those who depend on you.
This is a big month, and make no mistake, your career will take center stage. Focus on that, and in your free time, enjoy all the people in your life. With Venus and Mars so close, July could work out to be a standout month.
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