In a relationship: Develop new skills around intimacy and balancing power dynamics.
Ask not what your partner can do for you, but what you can do for them! Get ready for a major year of growth in the game of love.
With expansive Jupiter in your intimate eighth house, you’ve got the urge to merge.
Coupled Aries could join their lives in more permanent ways: moving in together, getting engaged, a pregnancy. Two eclipses in Leo set your lusty fifth house ablaze and bring unexpected chemistry—and possible drama.
Expansive Jupiter spends most of the year in your passionate fifth house, bringing lusty new attractions and blessing you with the It-factor.
But it won’t stay casual for long with serious Saturn in your committed relationship house until 2020.
In a relationship: Travel, new social adventures and learning as a duo keeps the passion burning.
The good news: Tough Saturn has ended a three-year trek through your opposite sign of Sagittarius, a challenging cycle that put your partnerships to the test.
Dating: Slow down and build trust before revealing too much or getting physical too fast.Before November, Jupiter in your domestic fourth house could spell cohabitation, meeting the parents or even babies. Ask new candidates about their childhood pastimes, their families and upbringings. Cozy nights in will bring you close, but make sure to get out too! With expansive Jupiter in your social third house, single Virgos will enjoy lighthearted flirting and fun dates. Coupled Virgos can keep the sparks lit by exploring new hobbies, getting involved in your community and mingling in fresh scenes. Serious Saturn will spend the next three years in your romantic fifth house, making you even more picky—er, discerning—than you already are.In a relationship: Try a little tenderness when things get tense. Single: Keep your options open and try a variety of “types” before you settle on just one person.To top that off, in November, expansive Jupiter starts a 13-month visit to your passionate fifth house.One thing’s for certain: Love will be anything business as usual in 2018! Dating: Make room in that Lion’s den for your love to leave a few things at your place. Your love life won’t be the main event this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun!(Uranus is in “fall,” its least comfortable position, in this sign.) Our mission will be to find the sweet spot between stability and freedom.Too much familiarity will breed contempt, but too much detachment makes us drift.Longtime couples could be tested, possibly by an outside attraction or a need to prioritize romance again. If you don’t feel confident, fake it ’til you make it—and don’t be surprised if you start racking up admirers wherever you go. Dating: Keep the fun and passion burning instead of trying to “play house” or put on the cozy yoga pants too soon.Aim for “50 first dates” before anyone leaves a toothbrush at the other person’s house, okay? Strengthen your bond with novel adventures and exciting new activities to try together. Your relationships are shifting, along with your priorities, as we enter the second year of a seismic series of eclipses in Leo and Aquarius.This once-every-12-years transit calls for evolved conversations and new practices around sex, desire and power that feel hot AND healthy. Two eclipses in cool-headed Aquarius (February 15, July 27) help us step back and detach.With structured Saturn in its home sign of traditional Capricorn, having chemistry won’t be enough. Ultimately, these eclipses help us balance the intensity of heart-centered Leo with the friendly, objective gifts of Aquarius.