Leo Weekly Horoscopes

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Weekly Horoscope Leo - This Week

Leo Horoscope Overview This Week

Week of Sep 9, 2019

Around September 13, when the full moon is in your eighth house of sexual intimacy, you might want to experiment with pushing boundaries in your closest relationship. This moment is an opportunity for you to get especially clear on what you need, while also respecting what your partner or dear friend needs. You’ll do well to be open to swimming in some fairly deep emotional waters while you figure out how to strike the balance.

The next day, relationship-oriented Venus moves into your third house of communication, where it remains until October 8. Exchanging intellectual ideas and enjoying curious, playful banter with friends, colleagues, your partner, or a potential S.O. can have you feeling even closer to one another—and provide plenty of opportunities for shared learning.

Leo Love Horoscope This Week

It is not arrogance, this feeling you have. You don't think you're better than other people. (Not exactly.) But you have high standards and you deeply believe that you're worth it. That sort of pride is, as circular as it sounds, something to be proud of. And it will pay off handsomely in your life. As for whether it's paying off this week, well, Wednesday and Thursday you can expect to be in embroiled in a not-very-fun argument with someone you either just started seeing or have been married to for a long time. Friday and Saturday, find a creative outlet for your weird energy.

Weekly Flirt - What do you need to let go of? There's something big that you can safely drop; in fact, you'll need to get rid of it as early this week as possible. The feeling of relief will help you deal with your friends on Wednesday and Thursday, who will most likely be freaking out over recent news that's really no big deal. More news comes in over the weekend that puts it all in perspective, and you ought to be able to put it to good use without too much trouble.

Leo Business Horoscope This Week

You're a box of solutions at the start of the week, a computer processor no puzzle can beat. Speak your mind on Monday and Tuesday, even if what you have to say seems perfectly obvious. (It might not be obvious to everyone.) Wednesday and Thursday, a quandary in the form of a personal interaction presents itself to you, and somewhat shockingly (given your recent record), you have no idea what to do. Some advice: Don't fly off the handle. Do listen. On Friday, a new player enters the scene -- maybe a new hire -- and happily refocuses everyone's attention. Your weekend's happy.