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Nursing an Empty Purse
Q: Hazel from Cheshire was born on the 23rd July. She comes from a hard working family. Her mother Lillian and father George both worked hard all their lives and she is proud of them. Hazel has nursed her husband for twenty years through five illnesses. She has found the strength to cope with it all but she is worried about money and wishes for a better life.

A: Hazel has the Sun on the cusp of the signs Cancer and Leo. Cancer is a home loving sign and with Saturn also in Cancer, a happy home life is what provides Hazel with emotional security. She needs to feel loved and her home gives her a sense of belonging.

Saturn can also bring heavy responsibilities depending on where this planet sits in a chart. For Hazel, her main responsibility, through her life will be with family and loved ones. Family and home life can bring her immense pleasure but also immense pain.

With Jupiter in Virgo, Hazel gives her time, effort and love freely without counting the cost. But it can't be easy to have nursed her husband for so many years, especially when they have financial problems. Hazel also has Venus and Mars in the lively, communicative sign Gemini. Hazel likes to have fun with friends and to enjoy the occasional change of scene.

If possible, over the months ahead, Hazel should try to arrange it so she gets a break and this should be somewhere that will give her a chance to switch off and totally relax. Her life will change for the better once she has had a chance to think over her situation from a different perspective. A few days away and a change of scene will help her decide on what she needs to do next, to make her life happier and more fulfilling. Good luck, Hazel.

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