Dear Eugenia

SUNDAY, April 7, 2019

DEAR EUGENIA by Eugenia Last

Dear Eugenia,

I am a Scorpio born 10/25/1957 at 3:03 PM, going through a very nasty divorce. My husband is a Capricorn, born 12/27/56. He keeps dragging his feet, yet he is the one who wanted this due to an affair he is having.

He keeps asking for money from a recent small inheritance I received from my father’s death. I have suffered greatly between recently losing mFROM ANDREWS MCMEEL SYNDICATION

FOR RELEASE: SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 2019

DEAR EUGENIA by Eugenia Last

DEAR EUGENIA: I am a Scorpio born Oct. 25, 1957, at 3:03 p.m., and I’m going through a very nasty divorce. My husband is a Capricorn, born Dec. 27, 1956. He keeps dragging his feet, yet he is the one who wanted this due to an affair he is having.

He keeps asking for money from a recent small inheritance I received from my father’s death. I have suffered greatly between losing my parent and now my marriage.

When will this mess be over? My husband is trying his best at extortion and making sure I walk away with nothing. Any advice you can offer based on the stars is appreciated. — Scorpio

DEAR SCORPIO: Sorry for your loss and for what your husband is putting you through. He is a bully and a cheater who is looking out for himself. The comparison confirms that you were attracted to one another physically but lacked big time when it came to an emotional and mental connection.

It’s also apparent you should be protecting your assets as well as distancing yourself from any personal contact with him. Let him talk to your lawyer and get on with your life. Tell your lawyer to make it clear there will be no funds or assets dispersed until he signs the divorce papers.

Your chart indicates you should be spending more time dealing with self-improvement, learning, exploring new people, places and interests and doing a little traveling if possible. This is a time of growth mentally, emotionally and spiritually. It’s a time you should be out meeting new fellas and making new friends.

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DEAR EUGENIA: I graduated from university in May 2018 and have been working full-time since then in a small town where my family was residing. However, my family has moved to a bigger city where I’ve always wanted to live, and I have the option of getting a transfer there because I have a government job. However, I recently found out I might be getting another job offer soon that would require me to stay in my small town for a lot longer, and this might be a tempting offer in every way except the location, as I will have no family or friends in this town.

Additionally, I’m in the process of exploring romantic relationships, and both prospects reside in the big city, so I’m confused regarding whether to pick up and move or stay put. I was born July 31, 1995, at 8:15 p.m.

I’m not sure if you would be able to help me with another issue. I’m also super confused about my feelings for two guys. I like both of them, one (Jan. 7, 1993) has made it clear he is interested in a long-term relationship, while with the other one (March 19, 1995), we’re at a very early stage, so nothing is concrete. Help. — Indecisive Leo

DEAR INDECISIVE LEO: You are young and have everything going for you. Your chart indicates you should be making a move and enjoying life a little more. Your chart also indicates that moving will not deter you from getting ahead, and it is apparent you will have other good opportunities in the big city during the next couple of years, so don’t hide away in a remote area if you don’t truly want to be there.

As for the two men in question Bachelor 1 (Capricorn) is not nearly as well connected to you astrologically as Bachelor 2 (Pisces). However, that doesn’t mean you belong with either one of them. Your Capricorn admirer falls in an area of your chart that is more conducive to friendship, where your Pisces appears to be someone who can convince you that your Capricorn isn’t right for you. He can show you a good time but also a lot of sorrow.

You are at a wonderful stage in your life. You should be focusing on your career as well as exploring social and romantic possibilities and developing pastimes that bring you joy. Travel and life experiences should be your priorities.

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DEAR EUGENIA: My daughter’s boyfriend passed away last Christmas, so she moved back with me. Can you please tell me what is next for her? She is not working yet, and she doesn’t know what type of work she should pursue. Her date of birth is Sept. 28, 1986, at 8:43 p.m. I was born July 30, 1964, at 3:53 p.m. How can I help her move forward?– Concerned Mother

DEAR CONCERNED MOTHER: You are helping your daughter by letting her move home and being supportive. The rest is up to her. Regarding work, her chart shows confusion and uncertainty.

She should consider building more skills or qualifications through educational pursuits or apprenticeships. With transiting Saturn moving across the top of her chart poorly positioned to an area of her chart that deals with getting along with coworkers or her boss, it isn’t likely she will find a position that isn’t emotionally debilitating and stressful.

A part-time position, along with pursuing getting a license or degree that will help her move into a position she can enjoy as well as be successful, should be her goal. Surrounding herself with friends who can offer support and keep her moving in a positive direction will also be advantageous during her process of healing.

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