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Unread 09-28-2019, 06:27 AM
MorningAngel222 MorningAngel222 is offline
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Exclamation Do multiple t-squares doom a marriage?

I have a friend who has just gotten engaged earlier this year. She wants to know how the marriage will fare and unfortunately I see a lot of stressful aspects in this composite chart - primarily the t-squares between Mars, personal planets, and outer planets that are problematic (Neptune, Uranus, Saturn). Are there any mitigating factors in this relationship? What are some themes others can see in this chart? All I can see is a lot of laughter, joking, a lightheartedness (because of positive Jupiter aspects) and also a lot of conflict as a result of problems with communication (Neptune squares), instability, on/off quality (Uranus squares), and depression/mental issues or a feeling of being judged by each other (Saturn squares).

I don't want to tell my friend that she should run because she is totally committed to her partner, and she's not ready to end the relationship. Any advice is appreciated!
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