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Daily Love Chatty Style Horoscopes - Wednesday 25 May
Negativity might pervade your emotional world or a relationship. But you don't have to accept it. If a loved one is adamant about adopting a gloomy attitude toward something, you are not obligated to do the same. Allowing pessimism to succeed means taking the path of least resistance. Show it that it's no match for you, and you could shift you-know-who's attitude.
If you cover what feels like old ground with a loved one, try to dismiss a feeling of déjà vu. A topic between you and your paramour may be one you're tired of. In your mind, a way forward is probably crystal clear. However, it may be a lover who creates an obstacle with this. A discussion does not have to be abandoned, but it may be prudent to put it on hold for a while.
Even when it makes us uncomfortable, honesty is the best policy. But despite the truth being unsettling at times, keeping anything hidden and feeling even more uneasy isn't healthy or wise. You've got something to say, and it'll probably be a matter of time before you say it. But will your message assist in forming or strengthening a special bond? Absolutely!
To resolve negative energy you feel in a relationship situation, honesty may be needed. It is possible to bring or restore harmony. However, you and the one you love won't be able to change each other's minds instantly, and administering The Silent Treatment can't be considered. Resolution and positive change are possible with patience and sensitivity - on both sides.
Whether solo or partnered, allowing your true blue self to shine is the best approach to strengthen someone's trust. The object of your affections will likely be aware if you're putting on a show or concealing thoughts or feelings, anyway. Vulnerability opens doors at any time. Allowing someone special to see 'the real you' can banish confusion or tension in a heartbeat.
You might feel you've met your match when it comes to stubbornness. It could be clear how capable a loved one or potential paramour is at digging heels in, too. However, avoid 'giving as good as you get.' That's what a lover expects, and they may also underestimate your ability to blend strength and patience. So, surprise them.
You appear able to bring a welcome, feel-good attitude to someone's world now. Your ability to detect how they perceive certain scenarios negatively or pessimistically might make it easier to turn their frown upside down. So, draw your paramour's attention to the nugget of positivity within whatever they see gloomily. Perhaps all they need is a slight nudge from you.
If harnessed and applied correctly, a little relationship turbulence can be beneficial. Rather than become defensive or argumentative, consider how brief disruption can motivate you and your loved one to confront a matter. A stronger, shared willingness to talk about it could be all that's needed to restore calm. It could also be the swiftest way to put whatever-it-is to rest.
What may have felt like a passionate whim could feel more seductive and tempting. However, there are disadvantages to impulsive actions now. What might inspire or thrill you may be something your significant other has reservations about, possibly for a valid reason, too. So, trust that injecting spontaneity in a calmer, less disruptive manner is your best option!
Love and intimacy may now have an unusual, intriguing sense of urgency. However, fleeting satisfaction is not what this is all about! Sure, it's fun, maybe even thrilling. But you can take advantage of tender and private moments on offer without stampeding to something louder and sweatier. Focus on what can be enjoyed calmly and sensually because it will be worth the wait!
New attitudes and boundaries could be set in a relationship. For example, you may feel less reliant on the need for a close relationship if you're a single Water Bearer. Attached? You might assert your independence more - or more frequently. Of course, there are right and wrong ways of doing this. But a bit more self-confidence and self-care could open new passionate doors.
What 'adds up' with a lover may be far from reality, in your opinion. You could sense they believe they have correct information when the opposite is true. However, the object of your affections may be a bit dramatic now. Defensiveness could kick in, and you won't do much to soothe or calm things in that climate. So, for now, continue to be the listener they need. You can set any records straight later.