You can't let the stupidity of other people get under your skin today. If someone thinks something about you that isn't true, all you can do is explain the truth—and if she or he still doesn't believe you, that's something you just have to accept. If other people see your kind, righteous behavior as nothing but an act, then that's their problem. Not everyone in the world can be your best friend, and not everyone deserves to be.
TaurusApr 20 – May 20
You don't have to accept the first offer that comes your way – be it job-related, love-related or whatever. You have time to shop around. You can be discerning. On Tuesday, as much as you may want to race ahead, pace yourself. Wednesday and Thursday are beautiful days, marked by luxury, happiness, and amusement (to say nothing of romance). Friday will mostly be wasted time. Maybe someone will stand you up for lunch, or fail to return a phone call. It happens. On Sunday, tell someone how you feel – how you really, really feel.
The new moon in your sign on May 4 gives you both the desire and energy to work harder for what you want. If you’re lucky enough to have the basics, it’s time to start saving for some luxuries.
A Venus-Saturn retrograde square on the seventh could add strain to your intimate relationships due to a fear of inadequacy or rejection. Why give up before you’ve even tried, Taurus? Don’t sell yourself short. It isn’t time to throw in the towel just yet.
Luckily, by the time romantic Venus enters your pleasure-seeking sign on May 15, your confidence is on the rise. You know what you have to offer, and your talents are significant. If you aren’t surrounded by people who appreciate you, it’s time for a change of scenery.
The full Scorpio moon on the eighteenth shifts your consciousness and allows your true emotions to come through. Have you been thinking about things you haven’t shared with anyone yet? Only you know the right time to reveal a deep, dark secret.
The Venus-Neptune sextile on May 30 brings out your nurturing, caring side, and this is a good time to take care of an older family member or a friend in need. Putting aside your own problems long enough to offer aid to someone who really needs it is rewarding beyond measure.