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Monthly Love Horoscope for May

Your sign is never afraid to let the world (or your partner) hear you roar. This month begins with a plea for peace, however. During the 3rd, 4th, and 5th, learning how to communicate effectively is key. Your normally strident tone may not go over well with your partner, who could be taking things a little too personally. Try to pull back a little, while still being yourself. The 7th and 8th offer a new time of intimacy between you if you can learn to listen as well as you express yourself. The 13th, 14th, and 15th are a time for fun! Don't hold back when it comes to saying all you feel for your special someone. He or she is not a mind reader, after all. You can find brand new ways to connect if you use your innate creativity. The 21st and 22nd offer a chance for a new beginning. If you've gotten off on the wrong foot, apologize immediately and ask for forgiveness. Offer yours in return. This makes you a very happy Lion indeed. On the 24th, single Leos can find a new reason to let it all hang out. Allowing potential dating partners to see you as you are means they really care if they stay around.

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