There is an amazingly apposite configuration in the sky for a day or two either side of Valentine’s Day on Wednesday: Mars in its favourite sign of Capricorn sextile Venus in its favourite sign of Pisces. They make a yod with Saturn, the ruler of Capricorn, while half way between them, and opposite Saturn, is Neptune, the ruler of Pisces. This yod will be most active when the Moon conjoins Mars on the 14th or 15th of Feb, depending on where you live.
The North-Node is in there as well at 16 Pisces, so I think we are looking at 'meant' encounters, and a deepening sense of why you're together if you're already hooked up. It's a yod, so it's not easy, and compromise will probably be necessary. But at the same time, because of the exaltations and rulerships, it may be an easier yod than most.
This configuration will be part of my next solar return chart, which starts on Monday evening. It should make for an interesting year!
For a fuller account of this yod, see Melody Zindell’s blog Valentine’s Day Love Triangle