I was born…

…in the week of drama and criticism, according to a book I read today on relationships. Sadly, its pretty accurate except for the past about being addictive and people can’t let me go? Not sure if I read that right.
Here is what I found online:

LIBRASCORP, or the LIBRA/SCORPIO Cusp, October 19 – October 25:
Also called the Cusp of Drama & Criticism, the Librascorp is an overlapping and admixture of the seventh sign of the zodiac, Libra, and the eighth sign of the zodiac, Scorpio.  The Librascorp cusp can be likened to the period around forty-nine years of age in the human life and comes in the middle of fall in the northern hemisphere.  During this period of the year winter crops are planted, animals go into hibernation for the coming winter, days are crisp and nights are frosty once more.  The days grow shorter and the nights longer.  In human development, at the age of forty-nine, the mid-life period is ending and middle age approaching.  This is a period that can be characterized by the themes of Drama and Criticism.  A heightened sense of the drama of life, both in a philosophical and personal sense, leads to an increased awareness of the dynamics of one’s own existence, both past and present, a highly critical attitude emerges which cuts away careless generalizations and sloppy thinking and aims for the essence of truth.  Such an attitude can lead to profound changes in personal relationships, how leisure time is spent and in general to a reevaluation of one’s place in the world.

The days which comprise the LIBRASCORP cusp exemplify various aspects of Drama and Criticism, where the airy, social, theatrical Libra nature confronts the more serious, deeply feeling and critical nature of Scorpio.

THE LIBRASCORP PERSONALITY:  The dramatic LIBRASCORP is one of the most critical individuals of the whole year.  Those born in this period can perfectly embody the spirit of their age but also comment on it.  No matter what walk of life they inhabit, their facile minds and often sharp tongues will mark them as individuals to be reckoned with.  Most often, if asked their opinion they give it straight out, holding nothing back.  Therefore, those born on the Libra/Scorpio cusp may be sought out for honest evaluations, but equally well feared and even avoided for their piercing frankness.

Every cusp personality comprises conflicting elements, being influenced by two very different adjacent signs.  In the cases of LIBRASCORP, the highly developed social awareness of Libra can be well integrated with the powerfully controlling detachment of Scorpio.  However, conflicts may also arise here between intellectual and emotional energies, which may be extremely difficult to bring into balance.  Primarily thought-feeling types, LIBRASCORP can mistrust intuitive impulses.

On the other hand, those born on the Libra/Scorpio cusp also have a wild side, and can at a moment’s notice drop their objective stance in favor of risk and adventure.  Furthermore, once they are committed to a situation they will usually refuse to stop until the denouement is complete (no matter how painful it may be).  Because of their total involvement, and also their charm and attractiveness, LIBRASCORP may indeed be difficult to unseat from a position of authority or for that matter from a place in a lover’s heart.

ADVICE FOR LIBRASCORPS:  Try to relax and have fun.  Learn to be less picky.  Do not cut yourself off from unusual experiences but maintain your poise and balance.  Continue to battle with life and resist escapism or the throes of self pity.  Leave the past behind and embrace the future.  Cynicism and sarcasm are poison to you.

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