In response to this morning's reader comment, yes astrology can be helpful in figuring out the primary purpose of a relationship and the core dynamics at play. I've had a long-standing, on-off relationship with the Fireman, and it was always so confusing to me (and I'm presuming to him to him too, or maybe not. He and I rarely see things the same way). After 13 years, I got our charts done, and then a third chart done called a composite chart which is the average chart created by two charts. Composite charts represent the relationship and its particular needs and interests, apart from those of both people. Our composite said that we're great business partners. That explained it. He's an intregal part of the business of life for me. I think we should have bought rental properties together years ago, and stuck with that.
Being a divorce attorney who is always looking for other tools and techniques to use in helping clients overcome conflict and move smoothly through the transition, I would very much appreciate the opportunity to work iwth a couple who would have their charts to be studied during the process. Astrology can answer questions such as how are we agressive and defensive, and what type of language is calming to us. Are any of you (divorcing couples with conflict interested in seeing how astrology can help you break the stalemate) out there? I know a very good couple's therapist who was also classically trained in theology at Notre Dame. His name is Dan Keusal and he could provide the astrological insight for you.
You know, I struggle with posting this astrology ideology here. I know that it is not well thought of by everyone and it could offend potential clients. But I think that holding back and not talking about what you believe out of respect for those people who may be offended or uncomfortable is the type of silent acquiesence that allows bad ideas to breed. I encourage you to be a bit more forthcoming with your unique (albeit more controversial) ideas today.
Have a good one.