Did Taurus return for love — or for money? THE LAST WORD |
A. You can do so much better. The comparison isn’t even adequate. I’m not sure how you managed to stay together 22 years but, if being together is paying the bills and can ensure the children a stable environment along with a better education and future prospects, it is worth your while to remain with their father until they are old enough to fend for themselves.
As for you, I believe you should sit down with your husband and lay your cards on the table. Being in a loveless relationship can’t be fun. You have to work out a timetable that will enable you both to enjoy your lives as parents as well as having your own separate social entertainment.
This may seem odd at first but, in times like these with the economic climate being so tough and the stress of trying to make a relationship that has very little hope work, I feel it is in the best interest of everyone involved and your best alternative.
Q. As an Aquarius, I thought this was supposed to be a banner year.
It has been so-so. I finally became ready to date again after an abrupt ending of my last relationship with a man born July 28, 1961 at 9:30 a.m. Just at the time when he and I were getting very close and deeply connected, he bugged out.
He and I keep running into each other or crossing paths; he is in a relationship, or was at this time last year.
We spent some time together be- I’m with a man who cheated on me once in the 22 years that we were together. When I found out, I left him. We were separated for three years. I forgave him and now we are back together.
I love this man but I’m starting to think that the only reason he asked our four children and me to move in with him was for financial reasons — not for love. Did I make the right choice by moving back?
We are both Taurus. He was born May 1, 1962 at 12:00 p.m. I was born May 6, 1968 at 2:31 a.m. fore Christmas last year and I was able to tell him everything that I needed to say. From that point on, I realized it was his fear of commitment that was causing him to reject me. I have had tons of first dates. I began dating a Virgo (born Aug. 28, 1950) but that just fizzled out.
I am turning 50 and don’t want to spend the rest of my life alone. I have been divorced for 16 years. I have had many relationships since my divorce but am looking for the one that will last. I was born Feb. 11, 1960 at 9:18 a.m. Any hope here?
KAT A. You aren’t much of an Aquarius. In fact, you only have your Sun in that sign with a build-up of planets in Capricorn and the rest in Leo, Virgo, Scorpio, Sagittarius and Pisces.
The good news is that in your case, 2010 should far exceed 2009 when it comes to romance. However, I must warn you ahead of time that you also may attract married men, making it crucial that you find out the exact status of anyone you are attracted to before you waste precious time or become too involved.
You match up best to those born under the signs Taurus, Cancer, Virgo, early Scorpio, Capricorn and Pisces. Note: Leo is not on the list. I believe you will meet Mr. Right in March or April.
Q. After breaking up with my boyfriend two years ago (his birth date: April 17, 1957), I recently met a man whose birth date is Jan. 29, 1949. I am wondering if the way we feel toward each other will continue? I was born May 23, 1956 at 3:10 p.m.
GEMINI A. The comparisons you have with both your ex-boyfriend and your new man aren’t even in the same league. Your comparison with your ex indicates that you can’t live with him or without him, however, for your own good, it’s probably best without.
Unfortunately, it is apparent that your new man is really in your life to get your mojo up and running again. So enjoy the good times but keep your eyes open for Mr. Right because I believe you will meet him during the month of love (February).
You match up to the signs Aries, Gemini, Leo, Sagittarius and Aquarius — just not the ones born in 1949 or 1962.
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