Moon square Saturn
Born with the Moon square Saturn indicates a karmic relation with your family and a challenging childhood. The more conflicted and unhappy you felt as a child then the more you are likely to suffer from depression, rejection or guilt as an adult. Usually this aspect indicates that one or both parents failed to make an emotional connection with you, and this would have left you feelings of being abandoned, rejected, unloved or unlovable. Any emotional distance you felt from your parents and family can lead to behavioural problems, relationship problems, social awkwardness and loneliness, and the degree to which you suffer these emotionally challenging conditions depends very much on your early childhood. If an effort was made by your parents or teachers to reach out to you at the critical stage of childhood, self-respect will replace a potentially destructive behaviour. Friendship or romance will also give that feeling of belonging that you need, and even structured individual or group activities like music lessons or playing soccer can bring the human contact needed to keep you on the straight and narrow. If, however, during the critical stage of your childhood, you remain isolated from your family and community, your emotions will fail to develop in a healthy fashion, and a troubled emotional life can show a lack of feeling or empathy for others, depression or a constant attention-seeking behaviour. In this stage, emotional immaturity will stick around, and will makes it hard for you to maintain friends. Rejection or failed relationships would make you feel even worse about yourself. With the aspect Moon square Saturn at birth, the input of a caring person or self-awareness from yourself in your early childhood is all that is needed to develop your emotional life free of fear and anxiety and instead be able to assert yourself securely in a responsible manner.