October 3-10 THE WEEK OF SOCIETY LIBRA II March 11-18 THE WEEK OF DANCERS & DREAMERS PISCES III RELATIONSHIPS
STRENGHTS: ROMANTIC, EMPATHIC, IDEALISTIC
WEAKNESSFS: OVERDEPENDENT, PAINED, IMPRACTICAL
BEST: LOVE WORST: MARRIAGE
"Down the Corridors of Time"
The repercussions of the relationship between Libra II's and Pisces Ill's can echo down the corridors of time. Romantic and inspired to the extreme, this relationship also has intensely pragmatic aspects that allow for a certain magic in professional and other ties as well. But the partners can get carried away with each other, so that they neglect societal criticism and opposition. Overconfidence and in some cases a certain arrogance typifies this pair's attitude toward life, which may cause nagging problems in the long run, even though things seem to be going well for the present. The Libra Il-Pisces III relationship can arouse jealousies and animosities, although it has many admirers. Love affairs between Libra II's and Pisces Ill's can be ultraromantic. Giving their all for love, the partners seldom hold back emotionally or sexually. Such passionate relationships don't often lead to marriage, however, for they invariably lose that special spark, and either break off or continue on a more ordinary plane. As the partners age, they inevitably look back on their more active years with a mixture of nostalgia and regret. Libra II and Pisces III friends and lovers are able to work together, often putting some of their inspirational energy into mutual business, artistic or social activities. Such efforts need not be big moneymakers,' for the idealism of the matchup dictates working on projects that both partners truly believe in, heart and soul. Often impractical, this pair's schemes sound good at the outset but don't often come to fruition, and in retrospect seem almost too good for this world. In the family sphere, parent-child matchups of either combination tend to be affectionate and empathic. Sensitivity to each other's moods and wishes can be a problem, since each feels the other's pain or distress so deeply. Both will have to strive for more objectivity, and in adolescence should work to develop their individuality, so that both of them may proceed along their respective paths without encumbrance.
ADVICE: Give each other enough breathing room--don 't stunt individual growth and development. Don't be oversensitive to each other's feelings.