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You ra­di­ate some­thing spe­cial this week. You have a kind of mag­netism that draws peo­ple to you. Some are try­ing to dis­en­tan­gle them­selves from you but oth­ers are happy to be un­der your spell. This is a good time to pay spe­cial at­ten­tion to your fam­ily. Take a few hours to chat with your child, a sib­ling or part­ner. Have you been think­ing about mar­riage, even men­tally plan­ning a wed­ding? Day­dream away but don’t make any fi­nal de­ci­sions. This isn’t a good time. Try to see both sides of any emo­tional con­cerns that arise. You may face de­ci­sions about your goals and re­la­tion­ship, but try to re­main ob­jec­tive. You can look for­ward to hap­pi­ness and har­mony this week. You’ll en­joy great hap­pi­ness in your re­la­tion­ships. Your col­leagues are happy to take you into their con­fi­dence. Your boss is happy to con­fer you with more im­por­tant projects. You have a great abil­ity to be a teacher. You might find that you are a great coach, which will give you a lot of sat­is­fac­tion. Travel for plea­sure with your loved one. Cre­ative projects in­volv­ing both of you could spark new ways of com­mu­ni­cat­ing. If sin­gle, love could be just around the cor­ner. This could be a per­fect week in your ro­man­tic life. At work, you never know what sur­prises lie in store. You’ll open up some new hori­zons in your work. If you are sin­gle, you could be com­ing up with a list of strate­gies to help you to meet some­one. If you post some­thing on the In­ter­net, be care­ful how you word it so that the right peo­ple re­spond. While you may feel flush at the start of the week, it might be best not to splurge but to save. By next week­end an un­ex­pected ex­pense my come up. You could be in a play­ful mood this week. You’ll en­joy flirt­ing with strangers and charm­ing your neigh­bours. There s an at­mos­phere of author­ity around you this week. Be care­ful about solv­ing other peo­ple s mess. Pro­fes­sion­ally, rely on your ex­pe­ri­ence and re­act con­struc­tively.

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