f you've been wanting for company, you won't be for much longer. There is companionship in the stars, which means that you'll have a variety of possibilities available. People have a way of aiming low in their relationship choices. We've all been there, and seen it more times than we can count. You have your options open, and I suggest you leave it that way for a while. You don't have to commit to the first person who you think might be acceptable, and you don't have to compromise. Stand in your truth, and see who responds to you as the person you really are. This will take some time. And in that time, you're free to do what you want, with whom. See if you can stand back from the idea that you owe anyone your loyalty, fidelity or exclusivity for as long as you need to have some fun and to truly discover who the people around you are. Far from violating the rules of civil society, you might say you're violating the rules of low self-esteem. Over the past year or so, you've emerged as someone original with a unique mission. There are people in the world who recognize you for these qualities. Those are the people you want in your life: those who are friendly, supportive, encouraging and genuinely loving. Settle for no less.