Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
You have been dealing a long time with Mars in your seventh house of partners, an energetic but at times a strong, assertive energy. The pandemic has sent everyone home, but for you, dear Libra, you may be experiencing a bit too much togetherness. You seem very focused on your partner, and he or she may be making headline news in both your lives, perhaps because your partner is starting a new position or new business, or because the two of you are getting married or buying property together as a few examples.
Libra will do anything to create harmony and peace in a relationship—this is a lovely trait of yours, but this can sometimes make you want to give a bit too much. This could be a little of how you’ve been feeling lately
If you feel you and your spouse or steady love have not been getting along lately because you have had more frequent disagreements, you can blame Mars. This warrior planet usually spends six weeks in a sign that he visits, but he has been in your partnership sector (or house) since the end of June and has settled in for six months. That’s a very long time for so much energy and focus—Mars will leave January 6, 2021, and when he departs, he will not be back for two years.
I have good news for you on three counts. As said, Mars has been in Aries (the sign in opposition to your Sun) since the end of June, but on September 9 went retrograde, leaving Mars weak and ineffective. The first positive change is that Mars will bolt direct this month on November 13. As said, Mars will remain in Aries, your partnership house, until January 6, 2021. The change of Mars from retrograde to direct will help you and your partner see more progress together.