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Weekly horoscope (15.12 – 21.12): time to hear some confessions

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BNN presents a weekly horoscope for December 15th – 21st…

#Aries: you will once again become the leader this week, unless you’re already sick of it. Don’t forget to look to the future! Relieve yourself from stress that has been piling up for a long time. You will have the time to prepare for weekends in advance…

#Taurus: you will find it difficult to trust people. Now is the time to slow down a little and spend more time with yourself. It would be best for you to spend some time outside and get ‘recharged’ before going head-long into everyday routine.

#Gemini: you will notice that people are now more demanding when it comes to you. Don’t be afraid to realize some project or idea. You will have the opportunity to fix errors of the past. Think which areas of your life require this the most.

#Cancer: you will seem as though you are an egoist, but you need this – to do things your way. If feel the urge, tell people what’s bothering you. A new person will enter your life. The direction your relationships will follow will depend on your readiness to open up.

#Leo: your energy will help you discover many new things this week. It is time to plan a new trip. It is possible that you may not be in the best of moods at the beginning of the week. Maybe it is time to change something in your life.

#Virgo: you will feel agitated because of your lack of progress. You need to clear your mind of negative emotions. You will have to talk more than act this week. This also applies to sharing feelings and thoughts.

#Libra: your ability to socialize will be the key to success this week. Pick your words carefully! Everything is forming in a way that will let you think about leisure, so long as you have begun preparing for celebrations.

#Scorpio: you are angry about something. This prevents you from adequately assessing the situation. Be careful – every action has consequences. If you manage to sort out remaining tasks quickly, you will be able to enjoy celebrations!

#Sagittarius: tell others what you have on your mind. You will see that you are not alone. This week will likely bring you some pleasant surprises. All problems, especially in relationships, should be viewed objectively. You need to come to a conclusion what your other half is to you.

#Capricorn: don’t panic – the situation will become clearer, you just need a little patience. In the end it will turn out that you were right all along. Your life is in harmony right now don’t ruin it will small squabbles and don’t let minor things get to you; enjoy your weekends.

#Aquarius: try to quietly inspire others. They need this, even though they may not know it. Don’t leave tasks for weekends – you need time to recover and set new goals.

#Pisces: be on your guard this week – signals will be sent your way, helping you handle problems. Don’t give into the temptation to make some purchase just because the price is good – you will likely regret it.

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