Your Daily Couples Horoscope for February 18, 2023

February 18, 2023

Communication is key in any relationship, but sometimes things fall through the cracks. Our daily couple horoscope can help you find what’s been lost and maintain that spark!


It's time to pay attention to how you and your partner deal with others, especially if you've been working on mutual respect and understanding. These lessons in relating pay off big time.


Confrontation isn't your favorite activity, but dealing with an issue will help you and your partner grow closer, especially if the situation is a long-standing one. Making up is the best part of a fight.


Surprising events land in your lap. Think of it this way: without twists and turns, life quickly gets boring. Once this is over you'll see that it was just what you needed to put some pep in your step.


You think you know exactly what your lover wants from you, but you could save yourself a lot of hassle if you ask them directly. Once you two are on the same page, you can really start moving.


What's nourishing to your relationship in the long run may not taste good at first. In fact, it might seem suspiciously like medicine. However, it'll give you a hint of the long-term results, and then you'll keep at it.


You two have taken a major step forward recently, but a few unforeseen details have you feeling like you could lose some ground. Don't be thrown for a loop. Stay focused. You're nearly there!


Don't be so convinced that what you two want to have happen in this relationship is what actually needs to happen. Why not let the cosmos drive? Sit in the passenger seat and relax for now.


Try sitting with your past and acknowledging it. It's not much fun at first, but it's a lot more productive than unwittingly taking it out on yourself and your partner. It's time to shed that baggage.


You don't always measure love by what it gives you. Sometimes you measure it in terms of the necessary sacrifices you have to make. Once you let them go, you realize they weren't that important to begin with.


You can put a bandage on what's ailing you, or you can look for ways to heal the issue. Talk it over with your partner. They're entitled to know what you need and what you're seeking.


Accept all that you find within yourself: the good, the bad, and the ugly. When you're able to love yourself exactly as you are, you can find a bridge to another, better part of this relationship.


Movies and social media give you a certain picture of what a relationship should and shouldn't look like. Only you and your partner know what works for you. The same is true of any couple in a partnership that works.