Horse and Ram compatibility horoscope


Horse and Ram compatibility horoscope
 
If you were born in the year of the Horse, you may be wondering how compatible you are with other signs in the Chinese zodiac. Your Chinese horoscope sign will tell you a lot about your personality and the pitfalls you are prone to in love relationships. This can help you see what you need to do to have a stable union with the love of your life.

As a Horse, you are restless. You are a social creature who enjoys being at the center of attention. Horses rarely miss a party, and are always seeking mental and physical stimulation. Although a horse will work around the clock without tiring to finish a project, they do become bored and seek out new stimulation more often than most other signs. This can take a toll on your love life, because you tend to fall head over heels for a new woman, pour your energies into the relationship, and then lose interest. It's not that you're a heartbreaker - you don't intend to hurt anyone-you just need new stimulation constantly.

Sheep are romantics who have a need for soft words and beautiful things. They are pleasant people who avoid conflict with loved ones, but do need frequent reassurance. Sheep don't deal very well with money and are often content to enjoy what life offers them, rather than aiming higher or pushing for more. In love, Sheep will keep their feelings to themselves rather than ask for what they need, because they hate starting fights or conflicts.

It seems unlikely that the calm, placid Sheep would catch your eye. As a Horse, you are generally drawn to those with more dramatic personalities. Nevertheless, the tranquil beauty of a Sheep woman may appeal as an oasis to your frenzied Horse's mind. It will be easy for you to woo a Sheep, because your intense passion at the beginning of a relationship will be exactly what a Sheep woman wants. Poetic words, dancing in the moonlight, flowers-you will both enjoy these things while your passion is strong.

Problems may crop up because as a Horse, you prefer the spotlight on you and sometimes forget to make sure that your partner has what she needs. Since Sheep keep their feelings inside and don't ask, your Sheep may end up feeling neglected and resentful. You will have to make an effort to listen to her and give up the center of attention now and then if you truly want to keep her.

Your talent at handling money will help the Sheep, who is prone to spending all of her own on luxuries. If the two of you form a household, it is you who should handle the bills. If you push a Sheep gently, she can better herself, and you may be able to teach her about budgeting.

If you can tame your flightiness and avoid paying attention to other women, you have a chance for a happy union with a Sheep. Your differences balance out nicely as long as you put some effort in to reassure your Sheep and stay faithful, and she gives up some luxuries if that is needed to stay on budget.

 
The beautiful goat 2017-11-11 22:20:20
Whomever wrote the first post has hit it right on the money. I am entertaining a horse's gestures. I call him "speedy Gonzales" because he wants to go too fast too soon. I on the other hand am willing to take my time with a man because I am in no rush to be tied down. I am actually thrifty with money. This could be because I am an Earth goat. However, as pointed out earlier if we are going through something we can temporarily forgo the frugality to frolic with beautiful things. If the horse can learn to slow down a bit and appreciate the courting period this female goat can see herself sticking around a lot longer. However, I must say I would much rather invest in myself than a man. I have noticed that irregardless of a woman's Chinese sign if the woman is self sufficient she will not be in a rush to settle down. At least that is the case with women in my generation. I am in my thirties. To be honest....."girls just want to have fun" and all we need is a man's **c* to prove it.   !;)  :angel:

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Horse and Ram 2017-06-15 04:10:07
I find that these two have so much in common and yet they complement each other. The Horse's optimism lightens up the Ram's pessimism. I notice that the Horse usually spends more money than the Ram does. Where the Ram is prone to thriftiness. Unless Rams are not well, Rams may spend without any thought. Be aware of this, it is a red flag that the Ram may need a supportive shoulder to lean on or some space to even themselves out. As well, the Ram could be the flighty one and the Horse may want a committed relationship, which may be more than Ram can handle. Baby steps with the Ram, coming on too strong can push the Ram away.

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Bob 2017-06-17 20:08:21
[quote]Message from Horse and Ram
Be aware of this, it is a red flag that the Ram may need a supportive shoulder to lean on or some space to even themselves out. [/quote]

I think you may mean a sign that the Ram may need a supportive shoulder to lean on. A red flag is something else.

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Horse and Ram 2017-06-18 19:58:44
[quote]Message from Bob
I think you may mean a sign that the Ram may need a supportive shoulder to lean on. A red flag is something else.[/quote]

Yes, I used the wrong word, I mean it is a sign to show compassion.


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