Your Cancer Horoscope for November 7
You feel slightly frustrated about a romantic situation that isn't really going anywhere. You thought that the crisis had already been averted, but you're starting to see the big bad wolf coming back.
The stars won't give you much influence to act and save the day by yourself. If you're trying to find a way to work things out, you'll have to ask your friends for help, or even a professional with expertise in couples' therapy. Don't let the sun go down on you, or you won't forgive yourself in a really long time.
If you're single, you'll be taking down a path that you hadn't considered treading yet. You could find some things that stop you from being happy, and take away from your personal baggage any previous prejudices or ghosts with which you're fighting right now, because you can't send them off for good.
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You'll be highly requested for service, until the point of feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. There's a professional current where you are a very esteemed and eligible Cancer, your comments and appreciations are mighty good, and there's plenty of people who want to absorb some of your wisdom and composure.
You'll have to learn how to share your devotion equally, giving everyone the same time and attention. However, it's important that you avoid neglecting your duties just because you're helping out other workmates. Also, remember that a great wizard never tells the tricks.
You might not be able to pay off all your debts at once, but if you bring out your nicest side and your willingness to pay off debts, you might get some extra time to gather all the money you need.
Have you made a firm decision to go to the gym? You've got the right attitude, but if you're going, sweat your day through and forget about wasting time talking or taking selfies. You're not exactly in a situation to waste free time on your day, so stop losing your chances of being productive.
It's about time you stopped thinking that bikes, rowing machines or weights belong more to Inquisition-time tortures than to a sports center.