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The issue of relationships come up a lot in my line of work. Astrologers have been looking at the dynamics of how people relate to each other — and have even put together many arranged marriages — for centuries now. […]

Last time, I covered the basics of what one looks at in the birth chart as far as potential for marriage or long-term relationships. This time, we get into the heavy duty technical details of one specific relationship facing difficult […]

GN writes: Is the present marriage that I am in likely to end, when, under what circumstances, and will there be another for me, and when? Your question is a particularly complicated one to answer, but very typical of what […]

It takes a certain cleverness to make a relationship work between an Aquarius and a Pisces — just like it takes cunning to swipe an ad that’s copyright DC Comics and Hostess and alter it enough to get away with […]

Last time, I made a case for the producers of “Married At First Sight” hiring an astrologer in order to improve their success rate at matching couples. But of course there are no perfect people, and thus no perfect relationships… […]

Dear Producers: I’ve recently started watching your show on A&E called Married At First Sight, where couples who have never met are matched up by experts and marry each other when they meet for the first time at the wedding ceremony. […]

A couple meets. They find each other attractive. The conversation flows smoothly. They fall in love and get married and make 2.5 children and live in a big house with a white picket fence. Are they soul mates? Maybe. A […]

It’s kind of a cliche, but still true:  the key to a successful relationship is communication. And it’s interesting to notice that Mercury, the planet most associated with communications in astrology, is also the most gender-neutral of the planets. Ancient […]

(Scene: The baby’s room in a suburban home. DAD stands over the crib where BABY LUNA is crying. DAD looks completely exhausted and defeated. MOM, looking like she’s at the end of her rope as well, enters.) MOM: Any luck? […]

A survey released in Australia recently reveals some surprising reasons why long-term couples break up. Okay, some of those reasons aren’t so surprising: physical violence being the biggest single indicator that it’s not going to work. But many relationships that […]

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