thoughts on these synastry/composite charts? new man "sort of" in my life...
Hi everyone, I posted here before about a guy I started dating a few months ago but I didn't get much response (lengthy content).
I am nearing the end of my foggy Neptune Saturn transit, and the Saturn Uranus square will be hitting the 11-degree angles of my chart. So, there's already been a lot of shifts happening in my life.
When he and I first started dating I didn't think I was going to stay here. I ended up leaving abruptly to assist a family member, and now I have returned feeling renewed with more clarity.
It's possible with the Saturn Uranus square to my IC and DESC, that things could abruptly change btw now and Xmas, but as of now it is looking like I am going to be settling/putting down roots here for this huge new chapter next yr.
He and I are sort of seeing again, although recovering from the break period, so, moving slowly... but since I might be staying here, it has me curious about where this possible relationship is headed.
He is divorced with two children, so his life is very full. I am a recovering commitment-phobe that is just starting mine (in that sense). Fortunately, I don't care to have kids of my own.
He treats me very well, and represents the change that has been needed for me in relationships.. but I am not sure if he's a practice round - helping to set a new standard for the right partner to come, or if we are headed down a more serious path together.
I'd appreciate any insights or thoughts that come to mind regarding our synastry and composite charts. 🙏
I'm sorry no one is responding but I think it's because you're stating that you're not really invested yourself.
I don't mean to be rude. It's just that caring about something is what encourages others to care.
It also sounds as if you may be using him... you're willing to, it seems, considering him potentially "practice"?
This man has kids. If you're not serious about him, I hope you aren't spending time with his kids. It will confuse them and cause them pain over time.
I wish all involved the best.