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Monthly Love Forecast

By Maria DeSimone

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Capricorn Love Horoscope: September 2013

Clearing the fog

Handling positions of authority with grace could be a key to your personal life this month. When you're in a leadership role it's important to express yourself kindly. Venus, the planet of love, begins September in gracious Libra and your 10th House of Responsibility. When you take care of business with a smile the reactions you get are going to be favorable. It is possible to take skillfully attend to professional and personal business at the same time. 

While Venus leaves this part of your chart on September 10, the expressive Sun picks up the baton upon entering it on September 22. This signals, again, the significance of being fair and reasonable when you're in the public eye; you never know whose watching. 

There are some potential rough spots around September 9 when passionate Mars slams into a stressful square with your ruling planet Saturn. If you run into an obstacle, don't try to overpower it. Take your time to consider the most effective way to address a personal issue instead of hurrying to resolve it. 

A similar theme occurs on September 18 when alluring Venus joins strict Saturn in your 11th House of Groups. Complications with a friend or as part of an organization or team demand patience. Although this transit might not put you in an easygoing mood, it provides valuable insights about relationships. Recognizing your needs brings you clarity that helps you understand what has to be done to create joy to a current alliance or to put yourself in a better position to meet someone new.

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