While there is no planetary activity in either of your romantic or relationship sector, it would be rare if there was at this time of year. And this works to your advantage. It was only in November that the North Node left your relationship sector and the South Node left Aquarius, where they have been policing a balance between your personal and relationship needs for the previous 18 months. A total lunar eclipse in your relationship sector last month brought a reminder any tension this might have created. By the time the Moon returns to your relationship sector on 18th February the Sun will be in his last full day in Aquarius and will leave before they can clash. Yet as the Moon moves through from 18th February to 20th February, anything triggered by last month's lunar eclipse will settle into place, leaving you with a better sense of what you want from your relationships and what they need from you. With Chiron, the planet of healing returning to your communication sector on 18th February, the same day the Moon returns to your relationship sector, he is not only there to give your emotional responses and relationships a voice, but to begin the healing process. While there will be no planetary activity in your romantic sector until Mars returns at the end of next month, Venus, the planet of love, will return to Aquarius early next month. Before then, Venus' return to a nostalgic part of your chart on 4th February is a chance to take a nostalgic trip down love's memory lane. Venus will be here on Valentine's Day, creating a sense of romantic nostalgia. She won't be the only one here then, with the Moon in your romantic sector from 13th February to 16th February. While there were romantically charged lunar vibes in play last Valentine's Day, the time before that was in 1999.