What are some constructive ways to deal with a long Pluto square Chiron transit?!

Question: What are some constructive ways to deal with a long Pluto square Chiron transit!?
Pluto in Virgo in 7th opposite Asc
Chiron in Aries in 1st

Repression is really not working and I'm thinking tact is really not the best way to go for this transit that lasts well over a year!. It's a bit like a boiling pot with a lid on it!.!.!.

Keep the lid on!? Or let the person really know what's up!?Www@Enter-QA@Com

Okay, so it's natal Pluto in Virgo and natal Chiron in Aries right!? And transiting Pluto in Cap is squaring natal Chiron!? I'm confused and this is a head scratcher for me!.!.!.!.

Seems to me that Pluto is picking at some old scabs here:( Could you let us know where transiting Pluto is in the chart please!? Thanks:)

Is it possible you might want to consider changing careers!? Pluto isn't one to back down, and he will get his way here, and it seems to me that what you may want to do is nip it in the bud before it gets to be a really big issue!. I also wouldn't be trying to keep the lid on the pot here if it's about to boil over!.!.!.you end up with a really big mess to clean up afterwards when you do that!.Www@Enter-QA@Com

That transit is a question of identity, if I've ever seen one!.

It's best to handle Pluto and Chiron in the way they operate themselves!. It's slow, and kind of seethes out!.

I think you should just speak honestly, and attempt to get to know yourself, and how you relate with others in a very honest way!. I don't know enough about your life to say anymore than that, but I'm sure that's atleast part of the question that will pop up!.Www@Enter-QA@Com

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