Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Dragon and Rabbit Zodiac Signs.
Dragon Years of Birth: 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024
Rabbit Years of Birth: 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
If you want to know the chances of your love match succeeding, you only have to look as far as the Chinese horoscope. Finding your sign in the Chinese zodiac will direct you towards and accurate description of your personality, talents, and weaknesses, and let you know how you are likely to fare in relationships with others.
If you are a Dragon, you are used to getting what you want. You may assume that you can form a relationship with anyone you choose since you are always surrounded by admirers. The truth is that most Dragons are only experts at short-term relationships, and need to look within themselves a little deeper to maintain a long term romance. Although you are very loving and generous towards your loved ones, you are a little self-centered, which can make love difficult. You do better when in love with someone born under a giving sign - such a person will not be bothered if the relationship is more about you than her.
Rabbits are always well-liked, because they don't have a bad word to say about anyone. If you are in love with a Rabbit, you may have noticed that she is a natural born politician - somehow her words seem to flatter everyone and offend no one. She is soft spoken and respectful, and likely flatters you all the time. If this appeals to your self-esteem and vanity, you should be aware that this is her way of avoiding conflict.
Rabbits hate conflict, and will use their silver tongues to avoid it. If it cannot be avoided, Rabbits flee.
It is possible for the two of you to have a mutually beneficial relationship. As a Dragon you appreciate the deference and respect your Rabbit shows for you, and your Rabbit appreciates being able to hide in the shadow of a mighty Dragon. Your power and connections will shelter your Rabbit from too much stress or conflict. A Rabbit's diplomacy skills make her a wonderful hostess, and she will spend the entire evening flattering important clients for you, which will help you get ahead in your business efforts.
To keep your Rabbit happy, you will need to make an effort to focus more on her, instead of only yourself. Dragons usually prefer to be the moody emotional one in the relationship, but Rabbits, especially females, can't help but be moody. You will need to help lift your Rabbit's spirits from time to time. You must also be very sensitive to your needs, because Rabbit's hate to ask and would rather go without what they need than provoke a conflict.
Don't be fooled: for all her soft-spokeness your Rabbit is strong willed. She prefers to get her way through flattery and misdirection, rather than taking what she wants as you do, but she is not likely to give up once she sets her sights on something. As forceful as you are, you may not be immune to her charms, and you might even find yourself wound around her little finger!