This is how Steven Forrest describes this transit:
Love and freedom may not be true opposites, but they’re not exactly natural bedmates either. If we love, we make compromises. In a spirit of gentleness and generosity toward those we love, we relinquish certain aspects of our natures. We forgive and we forebear. On top of that, intimacy itself breeds familiarity—and familiarity breeds blindness, numbness, and scripted behavior.
When Uranus shakes up the Seventh House, all those issues press—and not only in our sexual relationships; they press in our friendships and professional associations as well. In the name of love, we’ve sacrificed too much of the actual present reality of who we are. That’s the main reason we don’t feel “seen” That’s why we are behaving in rebellious and difficult ways, feeling ready to throw the baby out with the bath water. We must recognize that, while we may be looking at partnerships that have run their courses and are no longer viable, there’s a good chance that all we need to do is to “punch Reset"—put our cards on the table, demanding that our "deal” be re-designed to reflect the person we have actually become. Typically, that involves more “space” for each of us, less homogeneity in the partnership, and a lot more room for honest differences
Close relationships may become erratic or surprising in some manner, and you may feel that it’s hard to truly rely on a partner. Lifeless or outworn relationships may be especially hard for you to bear during this cycle. Some trial and error in relationships is par for the course with Uranus in this sector of your chart. Changes in your view of partnerships are in store. You don’t care for taking orders, and any attempts to limit you are likely to be met with great resistance or downright rebelliousness on your part. Some of you may find your current partnership limiting and you could either end it or experience tension as you explore ways to break free from restriction. Some of you could experience erratic or rebellious behavior in a close partner, and this could have you on your toes, wondering what’s next.
This transit can be especially difficult upon relationships. Uranus demands freedom, and it will provide so many means of getting it—even though some of them can be destructive. The Uranian influences of impulsiveness and suddenness are the most difficult to deal with in any house, for they often preempt the opportunities to make use of the positive influences Uranus also provides. Changes which this planet demand are always for the best, but the higher vibrations are often not obvious to us. It is a little like a friend tripping a runner and breaking his leg to stop him from running into a pit (which the runner could not see) and breaking his neck. Uranus operates on a higher octave, and we do not always hear the true message. The keyword, of course, is patience. Relationships and partnerships which are not good for us over the long haul are not likely to survive a Uranus seventh house transit. This is a good transit during which to break destructive relationship patterns. It is not a good time to begin a long term relationship. It is a good time to practice positive prayer and meditation and tune into the higher spiritual octaves of this very interesting planet.
This Interpretation of Uranus In Seventh House is from the Destiny & Decisions astrology report by Riley Goodwin