Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Rabbit and Ox Zodiac Signs.
Rabbit Years of Birth: 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
Ox Years of Birth: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
It's always beneficial to take a look at the Chinese zodiac if you are wondering how compatible you are with your love interest. Your Chinese horoscope has a lot to say about your talents and how you like to support your partner in a relationship. You can use this information to avoid problems and have a happy marriage.
Since you are a Rabbit, the defining part of your nature is that you hate confrontations. You have developed many strategies in order to avoid fights and conflicts, and one of those strategies is to have a very charming nature. You can disarm anyone with a smile and convince people of just about anything. You take great care to make intelligent decisions and weigh every factor before committing-Rabbits are people who never miss the fine print in contracts. You are quite calm most of the time, and you help others relax, unwind, and enjoy life. You are prone to moodiness, however, and require a supportive partner.
It's hard to find a more supportive and steady partner than an Ox. Oxen do not quite once they've decided to do something, and they never tell secrets. If you admire an Ox, you have probably noticed how she never forgets a promise, and repays every favor promptly. She works steadily, sticking to her plan until the job is done. Her word is truly her bond.
She resists being rushed, and doesn't procrastinate. There is much to admire about Oxen. Although they can take a long time to make up their minds, that is because they want to make the most intelligent decision possible. An Ox is a loyal mate who can be counted upon to provide for her family.
Thanks to the Ox's dependability, she will be there for you when you are moody. Her calm attitude and willingness to work things out no matter what it takes will reassure you. In return, your relaxed attitude is good for an Ox. You can encourage her to take a break from hard work now and again to just enjoy life. Both of you are rather domestic, and strongly prefer a quiet evening at home to going out, so you will not end up fighting over plans. On the rare occasion when the Ox is wrong, your negotiating skills have a good chance of convincing her to listen-and getting an Ox to take advice is no easy task!
You must try hard to keep up with the Ox's work ethic. If she feels you are slacking she may push too hard, and you will feel attacked. This can set off your "conflict alarm" and cause you to do anything you can to avoid that tension. This won't last forever, and eventually the Ox will corner you and demand that you address the issue, which will stress you out. It's best to head this problem off by keeping lines of communication open and always doing your fair share. If you can do that, this will be a long lasting and happy relationship.