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She's been on my mind too.  Let's all pray for her to be alive and well and reappear soon.

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Two of the nicest/kindest women I’ve ever met have Nov 17th birthdays... I don’t understand why so often Scorpio is made out to be some kind of intense, power driven, vixen type of person. These women are both mild, sweet, humble and kind.

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@la_sirena yeah, I know some lowkey Scorpios too.  Loyalty is one of their super secret powers.

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@elsa yeah, definitely loyalty... that’s one of my favorite things about them. 

One is a co worker- best employee we’ve got, never complains and always does more than expected. So sweet and patient. Very low key. 

Other is a relative, she is the kindest lady I know. Always gives without expecting anything back. She accepts everyone warts and all, and supports everyone, especially those who are having a hard time. Very understanding. 

Both ladies are the bomb. 

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I did something to my back two hours ago. I got out of the shower and had a muscle spasm in my upper back, which I’ve never had before. It’s been hard to breathe. I iced the area and took some Advil, which has helped a little. I’m wondering if this has anything to do with the full moon and wish I knew more about medical astrology!

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It’s funny the things that stick with you from your earliest memories. Once in a while this memory of this girl who always winked at me in church pops into my mind. I don’t know why it stuck with me of al memories. It must have been when I was between 4 and 5. Prolly closer to 5...I have barely any memories from before I was 5. 

anyway she would be sitting in the pew in front of me and turn around and wink at me, just once, and smile and turn back around and it was what she did every Sunday. We never spoke with each other and I always wondered why she did that. I wanted to find out. She was maybe 11 or 12 years old. I thought she was great.

my parents divorced not long after that and we stopped going to church completely. I don’t even know her name and I still wonder about her. Isn’t that weird? 

you can really touch someone and not even know it. One small gesture.

 

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@la_sirena 

What a sweet memory.  She may very well think of you at random moments too.

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I was always sad as a child after age 5. When I say sad. I mean sad. some people think very young children cannot feel grief and sadness, at least very intensely, but they certainly can. People say they’ll “bounce back” but some do not.

I was the same then that I am now really. Except now I’ve become calloused. 

I did the same things then, like smile through my sadness. My Leo rising is something else. Every picture of me from when I was small, I am wearing a huge grin with every tooth showing I swear. But I know how I felt inside.

I don’t know what I’m getting at, I guess tonight I realized 100% we don’t change.

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@la_sirena 

I can relate.  Sad/angry since around the same age upon the discovery of mortality. The first loss made daily worry about others a permanent fixture.  Did I show it or talk about it -- no.  Cap rising, "the Great Stoneface.,"  Escapism, defeat, rebellion, defiance, a "dancing as fast as I can" avoidance superficiality.  Eventually some Cap practicality and introspection prevailed.

But I'm still sad/angry about it.  

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@warped I can definitely relate. 
I wonder if it’s an 8th house Moon thing. I feel like other 8th house Moons get it.  We feel we are different and it’s because we aredifferent. We feel things deeper. Those first wounds become some kind of permanent fixture. They create the lens we see the world through. I think Neptune squaring my Luminaries must also contribute a lot. Anyways it’s hard to really feel understood with an 8th house moon. Only certain other 8th house people and certain Scorpios seem to get it. I gave up and just became calloused. Working on my boundaries and pretty soon I’ll be a stone cold bitch. Lol that makes me sad...maybe I’m not so calloused 🤷‍♀️

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@la_sirena 

8th house Moon, yes, you nailed it.  I also have Neptune in 9th opposing my Aries 3rd house Sun by one degree.  And another planet on a "morbid outlook" fixed star!  I always sought fun work and workplaces, got lost in fiction, travel, interests, and romances as they all served as distractions. 

You can't really be very callous considering you've chosen a helping profession, but growing a tough shell seems the only way to survive the intensity of that.

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I just saw a comment - a gal called me a "turbo astrologer". I like it!

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