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The Love Horoscope For Each Zodiac Sign On Friday, August 26, 2022

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For Friday’s love and relationship horoscope by zodiac sign, resident astrologer, Aria Gmitter shares how current astrological events affect you on August 26, 2022.

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Read on for what love horoscope has in store for your zodiac sign on Friday, August 26, 2022.

Aries

Aries

Love can bring you a lot of joy when you’re with the right person. If your heart is feeling in tatters continuously, it’s a sign that you may need to let go and find the person who you are truly meant to love—one who will love you back in return.

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Taurus

Taurus

Love is meant to feel like coming home. It takes time to find the one you will love for a lifetime when the dating world has so many opportunities to meet new people. Listen to your heart, Taurus. Even when you are reading a text or a new message, it won’t steer you wrong.

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