I like the assessment you provided. With Pluto/Mars on the ascendant, relationships are always going to be difficult. This is someone that must make herself alone then find a relationship. She fears being dominated and controlled.
That transiting Aries in the 5th squares the sun so there may be sudden impulse to strike out on own, especially with money, property and probably work. My sense is of someone wanting to start a new business or creative endeavor who may have competitive struggles. For example, the idea might be out there but not owned causing agitation.
Uranus is 5th must always be careful of sudden pregnancy if pregnancy is not desired. In Aries, must also watch for accidents and impulsiveness which leads to sudden arguments.
Pluto is also transiting Mercury so communication style is changing and becoming more powerful and authoritative, even by Capricorn standards.
This is a complex chart with elements of caution and recklessness. I’m getting a sense of someone who needs to feel in control of herself and, may have learned that already, before being successful in the world.
This is how Steven Forrest describes this transit:
Pleasure is essential to our sanity and well-being. People who never experience “release” tend toward anger and depression. They are prone to illness. Many times they are controlling and hurtful toward others. Yet every culture places many strictures on pleasure: taboos about sex, taboos about drinking and sex, taboos about blowing off our responsibilities in favor of having a good time. Those taboos are at least partly necessary, for obvious reasons. But with Uranus transiting through the Fifth House, we’re feeling rebellious against them. Something deep down inside us really needs to let it rip. We’re tired of constraints. We don’t want to obey the rules anymore.
This is a delicate transit, because we can get ourselves into a lot of difficulty with it—we can, for example, truly misbehave, hurting ourselves by hurting others, or maybe hurting our own bodies through incautious revelry. Yet, underlying everything is one basic fact: we’ve allowed our basic need for Dionysian release to become dangerously starved. The reason is that we’ve internalized “moral” rules that have no true spiritual relevance to us. One key is to recognize that it is not only our “inner monkeys” that need to have fun—so does our inner genius. And that usually means that we need some creative outlets now, as well as more “biological” pleasure.