Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Rabbit and Rat Zodiac Signs.
Rabbit Years of Birth: 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
Rat Years of Birth: 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020
It's important to prepare before embarking on any serious journey, and starting a relationship is no different. The Chinese horoscope can tell you a lot about your personality and your partner's, and help you see how compatible the two of you are. Your Chinese zodiac sign will tell you where your strengths and weaknesses lay, and how you can avoid problems in your relationship.
As a Rabbit, you can be quite relaxed, and often encourage others to relax and take some time to enjoy their lives. You can be moody, however, since you are ruled by the ever changing and inconstant moon. When you are down, you need a partner who lifts you up, just as you are always willing to help your partner cheer up and relax.
You never make decisions without looking for the hidden catch. You always look at all possibilities before making a decision, and it is hard to fool your shrewd mind. Not too many people can take advantage of a Rabbit.
You are kind, considerate, and caring in everything that you do. You love beauty, and are very artistic. A home decorated by a Rabbit is pleasant and calming. You are very good with money, and great at finding a bargain. Overall, Rabbits are quite good at running a household.
A Rat can be quite a good partner for you. You both have rather pessimistic natures, which means you should have a strong support networks of friends outside your marriage, for times when both of you are down and don't have the resources to cheer the other one up. Rats are a little more social than you are, but they are very devoted to their families, so your Rat would never neglect you or the children to enjoy herself with friends.
Rats, like you, are good with money. Unfortunately, they can get taken in by bargains that seem too good to be true, so you can use your excellent sense to steer them towards to honest good deals. Rats are very intelligent and intuitive. They instinctively sense danger, so if your Rat tells you trouble in on the way, you need to take her seriously and make preparations to deal with it.
The big fault of the Rat is that she tries to do far too much at once. With her attention and energy scattered around on different projects and tasks, she runs the risk of becoming ineffective, too stressed, or burning herself out. Your calm reassurances will really come in handy to help her calm down, and you must also help her narrow down her list of tasks so that she can focus more easily.
All in all, this is quite a fruitful relationship. There are no major areas of concern or contention. You are always kind and considerate of your partner, and nothing is more important to a Rat than her family, so all should be well. Be careful: when the Rat is stressed she can anxious, edgy, and begin to nag. Your first instinct is to avoid conflict at all costs, but do not run away from such a strong relationship.