Weekly horoscopes: May 11-17
It's hard to resolve a dispute when both sides feel victimized. As far as you're concerned, you are totally in the right. You're the injured party, and he doesn't have a leg to stand on. Nevertheless, he won't apologize — no matter how justified your case is — and this is driving you crazy. And that's probably the most irritating yet constructive thing about a Mars/Saturn opposition (May 14). It forces you to acknowledge that there are two sides to every story. What it gets down to is this: Nobody wants to feel like the bad guy. Accept responsibility for your part of the matter (even if you're blameless), and he will do the same. This allows you both to move past the current impasse and reach some kind of a settlement.