Rooster and Rabbit compatibility horoscope


Rooster and Rabbit compatibility horoscope
 
Relationships are complicated. A complicated interplay of talents, interests, strengths, and weaknesses determine the success or failure of each relationship. Your Chinese zodiac sign can tell you a lot about these personality traits, and so the Chinese horoscope can help you understand how compatible you are with your partner.

As a Rooster, you think quickly, and you act quickly. You are well spoken and good at convincing others around to your point of view. If you are honest with yourself, you will admit that you do not have a lot of respect for people who do not think as quickly as you do. Your schedule is always organized and completely full, and you strongly disapprove of people who are late for meetings or appointments, even if it is not you they kept waiting. You need your life and your finances organized to perfection, and you need a partner who does the same. If they do not have the talent to do so, you are willing to do the organizing as long as they can abide by the budget and schedule.

You do have a need to be the center of attention sometimes. You are always well dressed and well groomed, and you cut a dashing figure. Heads usually turn when you walk into a room, and you like that. You don't really want to compete with your partner for attention, and she may sometimes feel neglected when you are working the room.

Rabbits do not make the best partners for you. A Rabbit is sensitive, emotional, and moody. You think intellectually and tend to have little respect for those who follow intuition and their emotions. Rabbits do know how to relax and enjoy life when they are not stressed or depressed, but their version of relaxing involves throwing out the schedule for the day and just doing nothing. This is shocking to you, and you are simply incapable of doing it.

Rabbits do think carefully before making decisions, which is something you can respect. They are rarely taken advantage of because they always examine every angle. Rabbits absolutely hate conflict. They run rather than fight, and they avoid having discussions that are tense and likely to lead to a conflict. As a result, they may avoid speaking up about things that bother them in a relationship, and grow ever more resentful until they simply leave. Since you are so direct with your criticisms, Rabbits will be very hurt. They will often agree with you just to end the conflict, and then carry on with what they were doing before. You will get more frustrated and she will get more hurt, until this union finally dissolves.

You will want a Rabbit to learn to follow a strict schedule, and be more careful with finances. Even if she tries her best, this is not likely to happen in the way that you want it to. You have very high and specific expectations that don't suit the Rabbit's personality, and this will be a constant source of tension.

WiseRabbit 2015-08-24 09:25:05
This scarily describes my relationship, I'm a female Rabbit and my partner is a male Rooster.

I am very loyal and he is very protective, unfortunately it's true we Rabbits get stressed by even the thought of conflict (I know I do) where my partner is very direct and to the point that it seems cold and uncaring.

I always look after him, cook for him every night, make sure his clothes are washed and his uniform is ironed for work, I try to make him happy as much as I can. He works hard everyday, tells me he loves me, accepts me for my weaknesses and tries to help me with it.

We 'both' accept each other, even though he's arrogant and a know it all, whereas I'm not great with money and prone to negativity.

I don't think Mr Rooster didn't accept Mrs Rabbit, I think it was the other way around. Either make it work or be honest with a Rooster, it may not seem like it but Roosters are very sensitive, as well as very kind hearted even though they don't alway show it in a normal way, and betraying a Rooster is the worst thing you can do.

Rabbits are meant to be emotionally intelligent and intuitive, I worked very hard to learn about my Rooster and because I have, I accept him for who he is and I understand he loves me even if he's angry.

Mr Rooster, I believe you did everything you could, she was just not able to see your heart. Please don't get cynical or blame yourself, it really wasn't your time and the world will provide!

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BellaBunny 2015-06-24 09:12:24
Dear Mr Rooster -
I am so sorry to hear of the pain you are experiencing. I understand how trust is everything in a relationship. Reading your post makes my heart break a little.
I wonder why she needed to feel loved by someone else?
It is true we hop away from conflict. We feel lonely and only want someplace safe where we feel loved and accepted. Accepted AS IS without judgement. Then we will be loyal and stay forever. We will bake your favorite cookies, buy you nice shave lotions and make sure you have the comfy pillow when you sleep at night.
We truly want to love you, we just can't stand any harshness.(Sometimes Magpies can be very harsh but European Starlings are lovely.)
Please leave a candle and carrots in the window for her to come back.
She left because she did not feel accepted by you.
xo- Bellbunnya


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culled bird 2015-05-14 06:37:25
This is so true. I have been married to a rabbit for 5 years. She has suddenly decided to cheat on me. All out of the blue. I was a fool to believe this would work. She always hated birds anyway

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