Dragon Female and Rabbit Male

The chirpy Dragon gal knows exactly how to get through to her inhibited, reclusive Rabbit guy. She inspires him in such a way that no one else can, resulting in an uplifting change in his outlook on life. She is a take-charge type of woman, b These two make an ideal pair.

Dragons and Rabbits in the Chinese zodiac are often viewed as opposites, but can often mesh well in any type of platonic or sexual relationship, as their personalities help to add balance to one another’s lives according to Chinese astrology. Although the Dragon’s direct personality when dating may sometimes seem overbearing to the Rabbit, it is never the Dragon’s intention to be domineering or demanding of the Rabbit, the Dragon simply prefers the limelight (which most often works in the Rabbit’s favor). Because of the Rabbit’s ability to perceive emotional wants and needs, the Rabbit is able to provide the Dragon with what he or she needs in the relationship, helping to strengthen the bond and relationship between the pair in Chinese horoscope predictions.

Dragon Female & Rabbit Male Compatibility

You are a couple that can understand and cooperate with each other very well. Your marriage is usually stable and will last long. The male rabbit is ambitious, gentle and wise, while the female dragon is scheming, independent and determined. The male rabbit can help his wife to do better in social interaction, and he won’t feel nervous about his wife’s rising position in the family. The female dragon may bring more confidence and courage to her husband with her sagacity and decisiveness.

This is a highly combustible pairing, as both the male Tiger and the female Dragon are creatures filled to bursting with raw energy. Balance is required at all times between their enthusiasms and their projects, for if one comes to dominate too obviously or for too long, the other will exercise its walking veto. The question is not whether to stretch and explore, but what, where, when and how to do so.

Disagreements as to method can be smoothed over by the fact that both parties will be too busy having a good time to remember any stumbling blocks along the path to shared joy. These two will have a lot to laugh about, and as long as neither becomes too moody or possessive, they should have a great deal time in which to laugh as well.

The basic point of similarity between a Dragon and Rabbit is their highly social natures. Both are fond of being among people and usually have a large circle of friends, family and acquaintances. In case of the Dragon this is much more a result of their expansive and vivacious. The popularity of the Rabbit however is much more the result of their elegant charm, graceful personality and sparkling conversation. A Rabbit can be depended upon to make everyone feel at ease whereas the Dragon will attract people by the sheer force of their personality. However in the end, the two get long wonderfully well, with each kind of sociability complementing the other. For this couple, life is one long party and it is always good to be among friends and people with like interests.

Yet another aspect which serves to bring and keep the Dragon and Rabbit together is their love for the good things of life. The Dragon has a penchant for luxuries and extravagances which is in keeping with their larger-than-life personality. The Rabbit in turn is known for their refined taste and a discriminating eye. However the two signs differ to some extent on the kind of beauty they enjoy – while the Dragon is flamboyant in their tastes and is attracted to the glamorous, the Rabbit is much more geared towards the beauty which comes from harmony and the right balance of all elements. The aesthetic and social interests of the Dragon and Rabbit are thus similar enough to act as an important binding force while at the same time different enough to remain new and interesting to each other.

A successful Rabbit-Dragon match will display the partners’ ability to complement each other – the Dragon will tend to protect his/her partner from the vagaries of life and at the same time bolster the Rabbit’s confidence in everyday affairs. On his/her part, the Rabbit will lavish affection and care on the Dragon partner and ensure that their home is tastefully decorated and welcoming of their large social circle. Sex life of the Dragon and Rabbit couple will also reflect their wonderful compatibility borne out of complementary characteristics. The Dragon will bring into the experience all the flamboyance and vivacity of her passionate nature while the Rabbit will ensure that it is imbued with the charming aura of romance – all in all, a highly fulfilling experience for both.

Dragon Female and Rabbit Male Love Match

The marriage between a Rabbit and Dragon is a realistic and positive combination. Although the Rabbit may like a cozy evening at home, and the Dragon on the other hand wants to go out, they both appreciate a supportive relationship, which they can achieve with some effort. While both have different personalities, one partner’s positive values complement the other partner’s short-comings and on top of that, they guide and support each other to better themselves in many ways. The Dragon allows the Rabbit to take on the dominant role with the knowledge that the Rabbit would always return for advice in most matters. The Dragon is capable and kind, and the Rabbit is determined enough for the both of them. Together, they form a relationship that contains everything that is needed for shared success.

This is a good marriage because their personalities complement each other, offering each other support, comfort, companionship and security. The Rabbit will arrange a comfortable home for the Dragon to return to, while the Dragon will comfort and protect when the Rabbit is feeling down. This union will be a good one if they strive for their similarities and not let petty concerns interfere. They need to understand each other and address any doubts before it becomes a problem. If they focus on their dreams and hopes, they will make it.

Over time however the couple might face obstacles, especially when they realize that commitment in love means different things to each of them. The Dragon puts high premium on loyalty; they are usually generous enough to overlook a few faults in a partner but one thing that the Dragon can never tolerate is infidelity. This tendency together with a large ego results in making a Dragon rather possessive. The Rabbit on the other hand is always on the lookout for variety in experiences in his/her personal life. While this makes them highly enthusiastic and interesting as a partner, they are also likely to get bored as quickly. The perpetual search for novelty makes the Rabbit rather trying to live with and not the most loyal of all partners. And even though the Rabbit is not as independent-minded as the Tiger or Horse, they are uncomfortable when too much emotional commitment is expected of them.

Things might again get sticky for this couple when one of them tries to force his/her own motivations and priorities on another. The Dragon while quite large-hearted is also capable of throwing about the weight of his/her massive ego. It is in the nature of a Dragon to think that they know best and thus they cannot tolerate anyone else contradicting them or even offering an alternate opinion. While the Rabbit is usually too diplomatic to oppose a partner openly, he/she does not take well to situations of stress and disharmony. The Rabbit is happiest when people and feelings are in perfect balance and in harmonious companionship. While the Rabbit will do their best to keep their Dragon partner in good humor and their home in good order, if they find that the latter does not cease to be controlling and giving into raging tempers, he/she will simply drift away to seek another partner who has a pleasanter temperament.

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