Sunday December 23, 2012
The Abigail Column Accept tiny flaws and find peace DEARABIGAIL, My husband and I have been married for just under a year, and frankly, the “newlywed period” is not necessarily as sweet and easy as I expected it to be. I guess part of the problem is that every relationship I’ve ever been in prior to this one has ended (obviously) so I find myself scrutinizing things that could be blips - for example, a couple
of months without sex - for evidence this relationship will go bad. It’s kind of (ticking) my husband off. He doesn’t think our problems are not that serious. So maybe it really is just me. First Year Dear First Year, Discuss it with those you trust, by stating: “I have a lot of insecurities about my marriage, and I find it really difficult to discuss this stuff with you.” If you don’t think you can say it in person, call or leave it on a voice mail. It’s
essential that you start telling the truth. Your hesitation to speak and accept uncomfortable truths is part of the problem in your marriage. Be honest. Consider, too, that your husband doesn’t want to talk, he just wants to be - with you, and without being picked apart. You can choose to trust that you’re together for good reasons, and choose to let that guide you for a while at home. Start creating warm moments with your husband instead of retreating into your doubts.
Sunday December 23, 2012 ARIES (Mar. 21–Apr. 19) Reality may not come through for you today in the way you expect. You need to pay careful attention to what’s happening now because you can easily convince yourself things are better than they truly are.
LIBRA (Sept. 23–Oct. 22) Sweet Venus, your ruling planet, forms a tense opposition to permissive Jupiter today, making it difficult to manage your desires. You feel as if you’ve waited long enough; you’re ready to get what you want.
TAURUS (Apr. 20–May 20) Unavoidable obligations may be stacking up today, making it difficult to kick back and enjoy yourself. However, your desire for pleasure is strong now that jolly Jupiter is activating your key planet Venus — and you see no reason to deny your fate.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23–Nov. 21) You might feel tired today, and may not want to spend your entire day trying to meet everyone else’s expectations. You’re eager to break the mold of responsibility and let others fend for themselves.
GEMINI (May 21–June 20) You may be worried that your plan won’t lead to success today, but that won’t prevent you from going ahead with your idea, anyhow. CANCER (June 21–July 22) Your resistance to having fun today may originate from your desire to nurture others instead of yourself. LEO (July 23–Aug. 22) Today is a day created for you Lions to purr and play like carefree kittens. Unfortunately, your funloving ways are not an excuse to escape from your responsibilities. VIRGO (Aug. 23–Sept. 22) Following the rules of expected behavior is tricky today. Although it’s normally easy for you to stay on track, you’re intrigued by the alternatives now and might not be too concerned with the opinions of anyone else.
SAGIT (Nov. 22–Dec. 21) You can turn a fleeting conversation into a longwinded philosophical debate or a passing celebrity crush into a major love fantasy because everything is taking on larger than life proportions now. CAPRI (Dec. 22–Jan. 19) Pampering yourself can be somewhat disconcerting because you are overly concerned about how you could be more productive today. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20–Feb. 18) An authority figure may remind you to complete your unfinished chores, but you aren’t very interested in doing the right thing today. PISCES (Feb. 19–Mar. 20) You are being pulled in two directions today, and there’s no need to try to resolve the dilemma right away. On one hand, you feel a growing sense of urgency to express whatever’s on your mind.
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