The biggest mistake you could make is not trusting yourself. This can be projected and disguised many different ways, and I suggest you be vigilant about them. I will give you an example. You might have an idea about what is right for you, but then get distracted by some form of, "Another person would approve of this decision that I am making for myself." Then the cover story becomes your own seeming hesitation, when in reality, the underlying issue is that you're basically serving two masters. Now, you might ask who the prototype is for this other master. Your solar chart suggests that it's something about needing to have your father's approval. This topic is some old stuff, and it appears to run in your family. The thing is that it does not necessarily take its original form in the way that it's manifesting currently. Indeed, it can seep into any relationship dynamics, especially if they take any form of the parental model. The thing is, we hardly know any other model, and many people are not interested—they just want to be told what to do. The first step out of this pattern is going beyond exactly that. You have your own opinions. You have your own ideas. You even trust them. If you get into an argument with yourself, pause and ask yourself and ask who, exactly, are the parties to this debate.