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These Zodiac Signs Are Most Likely To Start A Fight On Valentine's Day

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I know what you're thinking: Why would anyone fight on Valentine's Day? Personally, I believe it's a combination of the expectations you unconsciously have, along with the celebratory butterflies you get on the inside. Perhaps that isn't the specific case for you, but these zodiac signs are most likely to fight on Valentine's Day: Taurus, Leo, and Scorpio. Who knows? You might be one of those people who secretly enjoys bickering back and forth with your SO. Either way, you're not alone. Valentine's Day is like every other day and holiday. The most important thing to do is be yourself, especially if you're in a serious relationship.

However, truth be told, this year’s Valentine’s Day takes place during some pretty tense astrology. For one thing Venus — planet of love and romance — will be in the midst of an uncomfortable square with aggressive and combative Mars, which is essentially the perfect cocktail for an argument with your SO. There’s a fine line between love and hate, and on Valentine’s Day, you might find yourself crossing it back and forth. Luckily, this also turns up the heat in the bedroom (if you know what I mean).

And that’s not all, because Valentine’s Day is leading up to one of the most groundbreaking (and potentially life-changing) astrological events of the year. Committed Saturn will be forming a square with unpredictable Uranus, which may infuse your relationships with an overwhelming amount of tension. You may feel caught between two desires and conflicted about how to make up your mind. And if you’ve been having second thoughts about a relationship, there’s a chance that the pressure to appear like the perfect couple could cause even the most level-headed person to crack.

Oh, and one last thing — during this year’s Valentine’s Day, the moon will be in passionate, impulsive, and pugnacious Aries, which is like the cherry on top of an already chaotic situation. If you were born under one of the following zodiac signs, it might be even harder to deal with it:

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Taurus: You May Be Rebelling Against Your Relationship

Ever since erratic Uranus entered your zodiac sign, you’ve likely been undergoing a wide variety of changes, Taurus. It’s only natural for personal changes to affect the balance of your relationship. However, if your relationship has been too constricting or rigid for you, Valentine’s Day might make you feel like breaking free and exerting your independence. However, instead of letting these thoughts and feelings build up while you bottle them up, you should calmly explain to your SO that you need a little more freedom and space. It doesn’t have to be a dealbreaker and it definitely doesn’t have to be a fight on Valentine’s Day.

Leo: You Might Say Anything To Prove Your Point

There’s been a lot of pressure on your relationship ever since restricting Saturn entered your seventh house of partnerships. After all, nothing gets past Saturn, and if your relationship needs a whole lot of work, Saturn is definitely letting you know. Around this year’s Valentine’s Day, Saturn will be squaring Uranus in your authoritative 10th house, which could put you in a bossy, domineering mood. If you find yourself fighting about politics, trivia, or anything under the sun, you might feel hell-bent on proving you’re right and they’re wrong. Pick your battles, Leo.

Scorpio: You Might Act Out If Your Feelings Are Hurt

With Mars in your seventh house of partnerships, there may be a lot of combative energy surrounding your relationship. After all, Mars is a planet that loves to fight, and there’s a chance you’ve been at odds with your SO as of late. However, as Mars squares off with Venus in your sensitive fourth house, if you take something your partner says the wrong way or feel wounded by their behavior, you might see red. Your feelings are completely valid, Scorpio, but turning one battle into a war that lasts all night might only amplify the hurt.

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