Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Rabbit and Dragon Zodiac Signs.
Rabbit Years of Birth: 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
Dragon Years of Birth: 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024
Checking your Chinese horoscope can help keep a relationship strong because it reveals important personality traits of your partner and yourself. When you know what your strengths and weaknesses in a relationship are, you can pick a highly compatible partner and avoid potential problems. Many couples argue and don't even know why, but if you're familiar with your Chinese zodiac sign you will have a better insight into any friction you experience in your marriage.
As a Rabbit, you are naturally timid. You're not afraid to work towards a goal, because you are very determined, but you hate conflict or tension and will do anything to avoid it. Your nature is somewhat determined by this fear of conflict, as you have developed a golden tongue just to avoid it! This makes you a perfect politician or diplomat, and in fact you can often be found helping others to find a resolution before real anger breaks out. You prefer to use your gift of speech to convince others to share your way of thinking, and you are quite talented and winding people around your little finger in this way.
Your anxieties cause you to run when a fight breaks out. You need a partner who will stand up for you, shelter you and protect you in these situations. If someone tries to pin you down and prevent you from fleeing a conflict, that relationship is likely to be over, because your phobia of tension is so severe that you would rather cut that person out of your life. In love, you require space from your partner to deal with things in your own way.
Dragons are majestic and powerful, and you can't be blamed for falling in love with one.
When she walks into the room, all eyes are on her, and she is usually closely followed by several admirers. Dragons accomplish great things through sheer force of will and natural talent. They throw themselves into things without worrying about safety nets or backup plans.
Although Dragons are spectacular and usually successful, the large risks they take open them up to trouble as well. Dragons need a partner who will give them wise advice and words of caution, and you certainly fit that description. Dragons are also more sensitive than they appear and need the admiration of others to keep their confidence up. Without the support of at least one person who loves her very much, a Dragon can plummet into despair. The emotions of a Dragon are as intense as her appeal.
Your support will be much appreciated by the Dragon, who will provide you with the romance you crave. Also, a Dragon will be more than willing to fight your battles so that you can avoid conflict. Dragons don't mind conflict one bit, and in fact a stern look from a Dragon is often enough to send other people running, because Dragons simply ooze power.
This relationship can be quite productive, because your strengths cover for each other's weaknesses well.