Now is the time to go from working on relationships to actually experiencing them. The difference could be emphasized more, though it tends to disappear into the haze. Now, it will rise like the Sun over your life. While you could identify a psychological dimension to anything, that recognition may be for the sole purpose of avoiding it. There will still be a strong temptation to analyze certain things till they are very nearly lifeless, which is part of a well-established pattern in the lives of many people. It often serves a purpose, which is to siphon off passion, and to create a seemingly sophisticated rationale for denial. I suggest you get the energy flowing in the opposite direction—toward passion, funneling vitality into your interests and your relationships rather than away from it. Take any opportunity not to analyze, to say you don't know and have that be OK, even to take the risk of not caring about the motives of others. If you're wondering about other people, pay attention to their actions and you will have more than enough information to work with. On a similar vein, I suggest you notice how obvious the choices you want to make really are. They require relatively little thinking and absolutely no overthinking. If something requires analysis, focus it on one question—whether something is in accord with your values. Remember—your values are intuitive.