Weekly Horoscope Readings for Every Zodiac Sign: March 10–16


Jhené Aiko, a Pisces.
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The dreamy, sensitive Pisces energy continues this week, with a new moon early Sunday morning and Venus entering the sign of the fish on Monday afternoon. For the next month or so, you’ll find yourself drawn to others for their kindness and compassion, and they’ll likely be attracted to these same qualities in you. The more harsh and unforgiving the world becomes, the harder it is to stay soft and human. The more you can extend grace to yourself and the people you love, the stronger your relationships will grow, and you’ll have the support you need to act with courage and integrity. In the meantime, find the weekly horoscope for each zodiac sign, below.

You’ve sensed, recently, that you’re on the verge of something new, and you’re impatient for the action to start, for this next phase of your life to begin. Whatever it is, though, hasn’t revealed itself yet. Even more frustrating, you haven’t been able to speed the process along. So this week, take a pause. If being proactive hasn’t yielded the results you’d hoped for, try hanging back and observing for now. Give yourself permission to wait and see. The change you want is on its way, you just have to trust that it’ll arrive in its own time.

There’s nothing wrong with external validation — we all need it sometimes. Just be careful this week not to read too much into everyone else’s opinions. If people you trust have praise or feedback for you, then listen, but you don’t need to put so much stock into what random others — loose acquaintances, co-workers you don’t particularly like — seem to think of you. Don’t sweat every social interaction. Your job isn’t to impress everyone but to relax and enjoy yourself. If you can expend less energy worrying about other people’s judgment, you’ll have more left over to forge the deeper connections you crave.

Surprising obstacles have been springing up lately. The tasks you expect to be easy are deceptively time-consuming, your work keeps taking annoying detours, and you’re progressing much more slowly toward your goals than you imagine you “should” be. This doesn’t mean you’re doing anything wrong — sometimes, life is unpredictable and growth nonlinear. Take this opportunity to reevaluate. Maybe your interests and goals have changed, and this is a chance to alter course. Maybe the detour isn’t a deviation from the “right” path, but a signal of where you might go next.

If you’re like most Cancers, you have a tendency toward nostalgia. Whether you’re picturing an alternate life in an earlier era or missing a time when you were younger and things were less complicated, it’s easy to convince yourself that everything was better, easier, more beautiful in some vague “before” time. Maybe it’s true, more likely not. Regardless, focusing on the past is only going to make you feel resentful and stuck right now. Try, instead, to dream about the future. You don’t have to limit your desires to the best parts of the past. Let yourself imagine possibilities for happiness beyond anything that’s existed before.

In order to be taken seriously and treated with respect, you imagine that you need to hide every vulnerability and present your toughest face to the world. You sometimes wonder if the only way to have any power over your life and future is to suppress — even destroy — everything soft in yourself. Ultimately, though, this never works: Denying your full range of emotions makes you brittle and weak in the end. This week, don’t worry so much about being, or seeming, strong. You don’t have to share your feelings with everyone in the world, but at least be honest with the people you trust.

Even in the best and most caring relationships, things aren’t always 100 percent equal. It’s hard to land on a perfect division of emotional work. Someone always seems to be doing more. People move and grow at their own pace. No matter how much you love someone, your rhythms and needs and desires won’t always align perfectly. The problem is when you find yourself feeling resentful and unappreciated. If you’ve been doing the lion’s share of the work, this is a good time to talk about it. You have an opportunity now to reset the balance.

Lately, it’s been hard to stay focused on anything or anyone for long. It isn’t that you don’t care about the work you’re doing, or that you don’t value the people who are asking for your time, only that there’s too much to keep track of. Giving everyone your attention means that you can’t give any one person your undivided focus. It’s a marvel that you’ve kept all these balls in the air as long as you have. This week, it’s time to acknowledge that you can’t actually do everything and do it all well. Be intentional about where you direct your energies, and it just might change your life.

Sometimes, you wish you were less intense. It’s exhausting to want as deeply as you do, to feel every emotion this strongly. Your creativity and sensitivity enrich your life, sure, but they also drain you. You see others who seem to take nothing seriously, to treat life like a game, and a part of you wishes you could be that way too. This week, don’t stifle your passion just because it can occasionally make things difficult. Trying to keep out all the bad feelings usually means filtering out the wonderful ones as well.

The longer you’ve been traveling the same path, the harder it becomes to veer off of it. Even when it becomes clear that the conditions are more dangerous than you bargained for, or that you’re simply not having any fun, you tell yourself you’ve put in too much time and effort to turn back now. This week, it’s important to remember that you can always change direction. It isn’t too late today, and it won’t be tomorrow. It takes courage to throw the old plan out the window and start over, but sometimes it’s the right thing to do.

You’re less tolerant than ever of any undertaking that seems like a waste of time. You have no interest in messing around or trying on ideas, relationships, or new habits that might fail you. You want to do work you know is a sure thing. But this week (frustratingly) the only way to get to the work that matters to you is to spend some time sitting with the uncertainty. You might have to experiment with approaches that fall flat before you land on one that will succeed. Release yourself from the expectation that your first idea is your best one and that all your efforts will end in a win. It’s a process.

You’re not scared to experiment, to take risks and stray from tradition. Others might not always understand your vision, but you know where you’re going and why. You begin to lose your nerve, though, when self-doubt creeps in. This week, you might be feeling lost and discouraged, but the best thing you can do isn’t retreat to your comfort zone but lean into the unknown. You’re braver than you give yourself credit for, and you have a greater tolerance for uncertainty than you think. Keep at it.

It feels like you’ve been waiting forever for the right opportunity to present itself, or for the perfect person to come along and turn things upside down. You’re ready and willing to change your life, you just need an opening. This week, stop passively waiting. Whether because the moment finally arrives organically or because you get fed up and decide to take matters into your own hands, the result is the same. The point is that change is near, and if it isn’t handed to you, then it’s your job to seize it. You have all the strength and courage you need.

Read the weekly horoscopes for the week of March 3. The weekly horoscopes  for the week of March 16 will be online next Sunday.

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