It's Not Easy Being the [...]

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It's Not Easy Being the [...]


Byline: David Wells

It's not easy being the one who has to tell it how it is, the one everyone else is hiding behind, but that's your role today. Someone will be glad of your honesty and your straight forward approach; say it, mean it, support them.

How will you know if what you're feeling is right? If you're asking that question you have every reason to worry Taurus, being sure means having no such qualms. Do nothing until you absolutely know it's the truth.

What's broken needs fixing, what's working fine need to be left alone. It's not rocket science Gemini but you seem to worrying too much about what's going well and forgetting what could really use some attention. Reverse the trend.

After this weekend you may have some questions for your other half or someone close to you, something isn't fitting and whilst it's nothing mammoth you would rather have some answers than remain forever woolly.

It's Monday morning and Halloween, not sure which one is scarier? You could have been festering over someone's reaction all weekend but this morning things go better than planned, if you tell the truth? Why wouldn't you? Did you really someone give you come hither or are you a little sleepy still? Is someone offering help where last month they offered anything but? You can believe it Virgo, a better connection is being made and enjoyed.

A family matter needs your attention, you may have done some of the hard work already but don't give up just when things are going your way. …

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