Can one group have two leaders? Two commanding Leo Ill''s can actually get along well in a family marital situation, since neither wants to dominate or rule so much as to lead. If they can both establish their own, separate areas of influence in which they are the unquestioned authority, it is not impossible for their interactions to be quite peaceful. In career matchups, however, they are likely to be competitors or rivals, even if they serve on the same side. Needless to say, the extreme hardheadedness and power orientation of Leo Ill''s can often lead to combat, although a few confrontations may convince both partner the inadvisability of frontal assaults in the future. Strangely enough, this matchup may succeed in developing the more subtle side of Leo Ill''s, if only as each tries to figure out a way to persuade or manipulate the more effectively.
Love affairs between Leo III s no matter how romantic will always include some form of power struggle. Even in the most intimate areas, competition for supremacy may rear its ugly head. Perhaps the most important lesson such a couple can learn is that the greatest power of all is unconditional and unselfish love, that the cultivation of kindness, understanding and consideration can be far more challenging and rewarding than winning,
Leo 111 spouses do best when they both have their own career. Although they may show interest in other''s projects, and even help each other out periodically, as professionals they are best off maintain strict separation. At work, it may be hard for two Leo Ill''s to serve together in the same department, but executives, advisors or heads of their own divisions they can get along quite well.
In parent-child and other family matchups, the key to avoiding combat is building strong bonds of and respect. Over time, and with great patience on either side, such links can be forged. Once they are broken, however, truly frightening scenarios can arise in which combat threatens to break the family asunder.