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Love the one you’re with. Dis­tant grass may look greener, but that is be­cause you haven’t seen it up close. Avoid be­gin­ning a de­bate or start­ing a new ro­mance as it may cause trou­ble.

It may be dif­fi­cult to strike the bal­ance be­tween stand­ing up for your rights and be­ing un­der­stand­ing and gen­er­ous. Avoid mak­ing cru­cial de­ci­sions, as things might not be what they seem.

With cri­sis comes op­por­tu­nity. You might find a way to bet­ter your po­si­tion or im­prove your net worth, although you would be wise to not be­gin any­thing of great im­por­tance for an­other few days.

Sit out this dance. You might think that you are stuck be­tween a rock and a hard place with a pile-up of sud­den bills. Don’t launch new ini­tia­tives or cre­ate new fi­nan­cial obli­ga­tions now.

You can’t stir the pot with­out a spoon. If ex­ec­u­tive ac­tion is ne­c­es­sary re­mem­ber that choos­ing to wait to make a fi­nal de­ci­sion is also an ac­tion. Projects put to­gether in a rush will prove trou­ble­some.

You can’t step on some­one’s toes if you don’t take steps. Re­frain from re­act­ing to a chal­lenge. Re­main ex­tra con­sid­er­ate and thought­ful if you hope to keep a re­la­tion­ship vi­able.

De­ci­pher­ing the moral code may be dif­fi­cult. Ad­here to pre­vi­ous de­ci­sions and honor ex­ist­ing com­mit­ments. Some­one in your im­me­di­ate cir­cle might be abra­sive or overly sen­si­tive. Your most im­por­tant as­set is your rep­u­ta­tion. Give some­one the ben­e­fit of the doubt to avoid los­ing ground. Act­ing un­der false pre­tenses can get your foot in the door, but with neg­li­gi­ble re­sults.

Sharp words can cut deep. Speak gen­tly, stay be­low the speed limit and avoid be­ing ag­gres­sive. It is tempt­ing to be com­pet­i­tive with ev­ery­one and ev­ery­thing, in­clud­ing your­self.

Good things come to those who wait. If you play soli­taire and you lose the only thing that gets hurt is your pride. If you are play­ing against oth­ers, how­ever, you can lose money.

In­de­pen­dence in­sures im­mu­nity from in­sults. Rather than blam­ing some­one or some­thing for your prob­lems, you can deal with them your­self. Steer clear of new fi­nan­cial obli­ga­tions.

Stamp out the fires. Coun­ter­act a ten­dency to feel ac­costed by cir­cum­stances. If you feel unloved you may throw down the gaunt­let and put a loved one’s hap­pi­ness on the line. For the next six to eight weeks fo­cus on get­ting into tip-top shape. Dur­ing Novem­ber your social life gets a shot in the arm, so group events and ro­man­tic set­tings might suit your mood. You might plan to take a de­light­ful va­ca­tion or sim­ply find more time to en­joy your hob­bies. A new ro­man­tic hookup might seem per­fect but it could be a case of only see­ing what you want to see. Put plans and de­ci­sion mak­ing on hold be­tween De­cem­ber and the end of Fe­bru­ary as your will power will be tested and you could have a tough time main­tain­ing a tight sched­ule.

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