The July 12th New Moon eclipse at 20 deg Cancer (10:47 PM EDT) opposes Pluto Rx in Capricorn. You have new beginnings involving home, family, mother/child, nurturing and needs in sharp contrast to the shadow of Pluto's powerful transformations. Anything that's outlived its time will be swept away.
Pluto means death, but it's often a metaphorical death (the complete ending of a situation). That doesn't make the "death" any less overwhelming, especially if you've been clinging to something. Pluto is relentless - when time is up, it's up. The end.
But this is a potent new beginning, so whatever's shutting down will immediately open a new door. You may feel insecure and exposed. Maybe you'll want to turn back to what was. Don't do that - there will be nothing left. You have to move forward. Watch for parent/child dynamics to come into play.
A Pluto-flavoured eclipse will be intense, oh yes. A powerful craving for that Cancer sustenance. Pluto creates intensity to push you forward - you can't evolve if you stay in one place. So there may be an obsessive drive to seek out a new source of comfort or emotional satisfaction. Follow that craving, as long as you're moving in the right direction (the future).
The good news is this eclipse is backed up by a Grand Earth Trine involving Uranus/Juno in Taurus, Venus/Ceres in Virgo and Saturn Rx in Capricorn. Saturn is the anchor - the rules, commitment or focus will keep you steady and support the changes (Uranus) to an agreement (Juno). Or maybe a new relationship. This will harmonize with the highest standards (Virgo) of nurturing (Ceres) love/money/self-esteem (Venus). Virgo makes things better - this will be an upgrade.
Whatever happens, you'll be grounded. Saturn's influence means you have to be an adult about this. Cancer is the sign of the child, but now is not the time to act helpless. Change is here (Pluto and Uranus!) so work with it and integrate it into your life.