You might feel more reclusive this month -- especially after May 15. Uranus, the great agent of change, will shift out of your social 11th house and into your private 12th house on May 15. On the same day a New Moon will occur -- and in the same part of your chart. Your friends might wonder what happened to their favorite, chatty Gemini pal. All of a sudden your urge to be out and about may be seriously modified and you might find yourself in need of more alone time. This will be an unusual shift for you, but it will also be a necessary one. It appears that now, it's important for you to take some time to deeply reflect on any self-sabotaging patterns in your love life and how you've handled your physical energy. Have these ways served you or have they worked against getting what you really want in relationship? These are valid questions and the "eureka" moment answers are only going to begin trickling your way in May.
If you're in a relationship, a Full Moon in your partnership sector on May 29 might lead to a turning point. Mercury will also enter your sign on the same day, helping you communicate the options you and your partner have in a logical manner. Your partner, however, might be much more emotional, and if so, it'll make you uncomfortable. Whatever changes are happening between you now are much easier to handle if you approach them rationally rather than from a sentimental vantage point. Interestingly enough, your mate might feel that this is exactly why you have problems. There's nothing rational about love.