2015 Chinese Zodiac - Wood Goat Year
Those born between February 19, 2015 and February 7, 2016 are members of the Wood Goat Chinese Zodiac sign. RAM people are elegant, charming, generous, wise and gentle. They are also pessimists, hesitant, and over-anxious worriers. Uncertainty causes the Ram people to seek guidance from others while their timidity prevents them from becoming great leaders. They are deeply religious and highly talented in the fields of art and music. Ram people should be good in the professions of gardening, actor, artist, entertainer, musician, or photography.
Under the influence of the Wood Element, the Wood Goat becomes one of the most nurturing and caring of the Goat types. Members of the Wood Goat sign can be quite introspective, which allows them to develop a quiet wisdom. Although reserved, the Wood Goat wins over many friends and companions with their compassionate and kind nature. As natural counselors, the Wood Goat does well at lending support, especially of the emotional variety. In their romantic relationships, the Wood Goat is known for affection, loyalty and adoration.
Full of compassion, there are many potential careers for the Wood Goat to explore. Wood Goat can find great satisfaction in humanitarian careers, such as education, social work or counseling. By embracing their artistic inclinations, the Wood Goat may find fulfillment as a painter, graphic designer or landscaper. On the other hand, members of the Wood Goat sign have also been known to help improve humanity as entrepreneurs.
Although the personality of the Wood Goat has many positive qualities, members of the sign have some challenges to overcome. The nurturing and giving qualities of the Wood Goat can easily be taken advantage of by others. Similarly, the Wood Goat can easily spread themselves to thin by being too helpful. In order to counteract their natural naivety, the Wood Goat is encouraged to have more caution in their social interactions.
Wood Goat in Relationships
Goats tend to be private, so it can take effort to get to know one. The Goat is the one who will decide when and with whom it will share its personal life. As a result, most Goats have few "close" friends, yet they’ll work hard for those they love.
People enjoy the company of Wood Goats which is why they’re most comfortable in groups. They enjoy being helpful, but their generosity is sometimes taken advantage of. Wood Goats need to spend more time caring for their own selves.