HOROSCOPE

San Francisco Chronicle - - COMICS & PUZZLES - By Christo­pher Ren­strom

ARIES

(March 19-April 18): There may be prob­lems, but it’s bet­ter to ad­dress them as a team player than as an op­po­nent. Get your­self back on the right side of an is­sue.

TAURUS

(April 19-May 19): Claim­ing that you’re the wounded party won’t con­vince any­body. Owe up to your side of the de­ba­cle and oth­ers will owe up to theirs.

GEMINI

(May 20-June 19): Don’t take on any­thing that you can’t put down at a mo­ment’s no­tice. A lot of crazy stuff is go­ing on and you’re hav­ing a hel­luva time keep­ing all the balls in the air.

CAN­CER

(June 20-July 21): The car­rot didn’t work, so get set for the stick. Some­times the only way that you will act on your own be­half is when you are forced to.

LEO

(July 22-Aug. 21): It pays to dou­blecheck and you’ll be glad you did when you dis­cover that a col­league has been asleep at the switch.

VIRGO

(Aug. 22-Sept. 21): Live in the mo­ment. Don’t let your aban­don­ment anx­i­ety make you hold on too tight or push away too early. S/he might stick around.

LIBRA

(Sept. 22-Oct. 21): It’s ironic that you’re the one try­ing to pre­vail upon a wishy-washy type to make a de­ci­sion. Nev­er­the­less this role re­ver­sal is why your mes­sage will be heard loud and clear to­day.

SCORPIO

(Oct. 22-Nov. 20): Don’t over­re­act to some­one’s brusque state­ment. You can chas­tise if you want, but ris­ing above it is more classy.

SAGITTARIU­S

(Nov. 21-Dec. 20): It may feel like time to hold back. Ac­tu­ally, it’s the op­po­site. Take ad­van­tage of the gen­eral con­fu­sion to make in­roads.

CAPRICORN

(Dec. 21-Jan. 19): Your break with con­ven­tion is more rad­i­cal than you think, but it isn’t reck­less and you’re ready for the next big step for­ward.

AQUARIUS

(Jan. 20-Feb. 17): A lot of things are be­ing turned on their head right now, so take care of what needs to be dealt with and leave the de­tails for later.

PISCES

(Feb. 18-March 18): It’s tempt­ing to call it quits, but per­se­vere. Start­ing over from scratch is old hat with you, but build­ing on what you have is some­thing new.

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