Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Dragon and Ox Zodiac Signs.
Dragon Years of Birth: 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024
Ox Years of Birth: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
Your Chinese zodiac sign tells you a lot about your personality and your compatibility with your mate. If you are wondering what chance you have at a happy, lasting relationship, it is wise to consult the horoscope and look ahead to what kinds of compromises you will need to make.
As a Dragon, you are drawn to power and it is drawn to you. Even if you didn't seek leadership roles, they would be thrust upon you because you are a natural leader. Your enthusiasm and willingness to dive into a task motivates others, and they become caught up in your excitement. You prefer things your own way, and look down upon those that you don't see as smart or capable. Although you can be loving and generous, you are so focussed on your goals that you sometimes hurt others in the process of achieving them. Your attention span can be rather short, and you have difficulty paying attention to detail. Without a throng of admirers you feel rather deflated which affects your ability to accomplish great things.
Oxen are plodding and methodical, and Dragons may be tempted to think they are stupid. If you have fallen in love with an Ox, chances are it's because you have seen the intelligence and restraint she shows in planning her actions and pacing herself. Or you may be impressed by her impeccable honesty and how she never goes back on her word.
Dragons need a dependable support network, and you can't get much more dependable than Oxen.
It is very difficult for Dragons and Oxen to make a romantic relationship work. While you admire her reliability, you are likely to get bored of her predictability. As a Dragon you crave excitement, power, travel, and grand projects. Oxen do not feel the need for any of these things. You love will have simple tastes and be happy simply knowing that she is doing a good job at whatever she chooses to do. Your eye is likely to wander, and if it does, be sure to break off the relationship rather than straying, because Oxen bear grudges and will neither forget nor forgive your slight.
Your Oxen is likely to be unimpressed by your flashiness and difficulty in completing the things you start. Since Oxen think things through and progress slowly, she is unlikely to fall for your charms and excuses. In fact, your interest in an Ox may pass even before she has made up her mind about whether to date you or not!
If you are really committed to making this relationship work, there will have to be a lot of understanding, compromise, and tolerance. Your basic natures will not change, and each of you must accept that you have different outlooks, work ethics, and strategies for tackling work. If you can do this, it is possible that you will introduce your Ox to new experiences, and she can teach you a thing or two about finishing what you start. There are likely to be many bumps in the road, and you will have to keep reminding yourselves why you respect and love each other.