With Neptune, beauty and pain come mixed together. But that doesn’t mean Neptune-dwellers are doomed to suffer in love, much as that might fit their romantic self-image.
As difficult as it is to let go, the Saturn return marks a chance to define your life on your own terms. Strength and resilience take the place of fear, helping the Saturnian perfectionist understand that risk and failure are necessary.
Your 7th house can explain why you’ve dated so many space cadets who won’t wash their dishes, or why you choose the kind of friends who ghost when crisis hits. Luke Dani Blue explains all.
Romantic FOMO (fear of missing out) happens to the best of us, but shows up with a vengeance to people with hard Venus-Mars aspects.
The trouble with Mars – and with Mars, there’s always a little trouble – is knowing when to stop. And when to start.
Some of us – regardless of gender identity or sex – are more Martian than Venusian, and that’s healthy and appropriate for us.
Understanding what you need and what you're capable of giving is the secret sauce of close relationships.
The more difficulty you have with your Moon (aka feelings), the more likely the stage of moving in together will make you freak.
Venus gets the credit, but is the Moon the real planet of love?
For people with Pluto strong in their birth charts, betrayal isn’t a one-time life lesson—it’s the story that repeats over and over, undermining your ability to trust.
If you're poly, or want to be, your Venus sign offers advice for making it work!
In love, the Moon shows how we give and receive nurturing, as well as the basic stuff that makes us happy or at least comfortable in our day-to-day lives.
A new astrology column in which Luke Dani Blue offers quick and dirty guides to the stars to help us all become better lovers and/or partners. This month: your north node!