If it’s over in January, it may be Capricorn’s faultIf it’s over in January, it may be Capricorn’s faultMaria DeSimone on ...
1 month people file for separation or divorce. December, on the other hand, is No. 1 forengagement.Basically, it appears t...
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If it’s over in January, it may be Capricorn’s fault

  1. 1. If it’s over in January, it may be Capricorn’s faultIf it’s over in January, it may be Capricorn’s faultMaria DeSimone on the topics of loveJan 24, 2013I am a statistic. It was January of 2007 when I knew my marriage was in serious trouble.Divorce was in my future, and there was an icebox where my husband’s heart used to be. Myheart filled with fear. It was definitely a cold, dark and sober month.Back in the happy days of my relationship I recall my now ex-husband asking me to be hissteady girlfriend in December. We were coming out of a diner and as we walked down the stairshe stopped, looked into my eyes and gave me his class ring as a token of his love. I wasgoogly-eyed, optimistic and on cloud nine.Stark contrast, right? To go from a heart filled with happy to one so empty and cold, it could beused as a building block for an igloo. What gives? Well, my divorce lawyer has a lot to say aboutthis phenomenon. Interestingly enough, so does Astrology.Will you become a breakup statistic?I’ll tell you what my divorce lawyer shared with me. Statistically, January happens to be the No. 1/3
  2. 2. 1 month people file for separation or divorce. December, on the other hand, is No. 1 forengagement.Basically, it appears that in December everyone who is happy in a relationship is waxing poeticabout their future potential together, while everyone who is miserable in their partnership islooking for an exit strategy that will lead to a new road filled with personal happiness. Decisionsabout broadening one’s horizons and being true to oneself are commonly made in December —especially about relationship.January, on the other hand, is the ultimate “new beginning” mentality. This is when we areready to get real about what we want to materialize in the New Year. This is when we take stockof the past, let it go and move on to creating the future we want. We begin to build a newfoundation. We also see everything with startling clarity and realism — no false hope orrose-colored glasses.In January, we mean business and we are determined to be the CEO of our life. In January, wecome to terms with what has died and with what limits us. We consider where in our lives wefeel most suffocated. Then, we’re determined to cut the fat; to rid ourselves of any dead weight.Why is your break-up Capricorn’s fault?If you’re reading in between the lines, you can quickly see that the paragraph about Decemberis the epitome of Sagittarius energy, while the paragraph about January reeks of Capricorn.Ahhhh, it all begins to make sense …Every December we have the Sun in Sagittarius, and for part of the month we will also haveMercury (communication and the mindset) and sometimes either Venus (love and money) orMars (action, energy) in this sign, too. During the stretch of time when we experience this doseof Sagittarius energy, we focus on integrity, the truth and what is right. We have an “anything ispossible” outlook, and faith becomes a bottomless pit. It quickly becomes clear why so manypeople in love want to make it legal. And why so many people who have fallen out of love wantto make that a legal decision as well.And then there’s January. The Sun is in Capricorn, and for part of the month so are Mercury,Venus and Mars. These days we also have Pluto joining the party for an even stronger punch!So come January, you will get tight-lipped about your relationship. Do you love me? Well, proveit. Give me a commitment. Are we broken? Well then, it’s time to get this dead weight off of mychest so I can breathe again. January is the time to be responsible about love … or the death ofit.Ironically, the moment I knew my marriage was over in January of 2007 was my brother’swedding day. I know … pretty nuts. Looking back, however, I see the tragic beauty in that time.My brother and his new wife were celebrating their love and the happiest day of their life. Theywere 100 percent committed to each other, in total positive Capricornian fashion.As the happy couple began their first dance together as husband and wife, I glanced at my 2/3
  3. 3. husband. I saw a very different expression of Capricorn. His stance was businesslike and he stared past me, his face numb and his eyes dead. My body instantly went cold and I felt this wave of Panic seize me from the inside out. It was over. Sometimes, when something breaks, it’s beyond repair. If so, in January you’ll stop fooling yourself. In January, you’ll know. Because like it or not, Capricorn is the ultimate reality check. Astrology Today: Oracle for Friday, Jan. 25, 2013 Posted on January 25, 2013 by Eric Francis So, now you know. Your doubts have been erased, along with a lot of false memories, misperceptions and values that had no relationship to who you were, what you wanted or what you knew to be true. How does the world look now that you’re seeing it on your own terms? Remember well; pay attention. The next step is to live in the world on your own terms, which has everything to do with seeing yourself as an independent person, not someone’s spouse, child, student, prisoner or subject. Most people never get there; it’s way too much responsibility. I can assure you that there’s no challenge that won’t come with a matching reward. 3/3Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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