1975 – Wood Rabbit Year
Those born between February 11, 1975 and January 30, 1976 are members of the Wood Rabbit Chinese Zodiac sign. RABBIT people are happy, gifted, refined and ambitious. They also know how to draw others’ attention and are great mixers in any social gatherings. The typical Rabbit will be submissive, even humble, in a constant effort to avoid confrontations. Rabbit is an excellent judge of character, with an instinct for recognizing sincerity in others and an almost uncanny ability for sensing falsehood. Hare people make wonderful receptionists, publicists, stockbrokers, and pharmacists.
Under the influence of the Wood Element, the Wood Rabbit is the most dynamic, imaginative and nurturing of all the Rabbit signs. The compassion of the Wood rabbit is hard to match, as they dedicate most of their energies to protecting the interests of others. In the same sense, the Wood Rabbit can be a champion of justice when fairness is challenged. Those born under the Wood Rabbit sign are often highly social and thrive in a cooperative environment. Highly artistic, the Wood Rabbit is usually drawn to some form of artistic expression. It is through art that the Wood Rabbit attempts to replicate the aesthetic beauty that they appreciate in the world around them.
With an interest for helping others and fitting in, the Wood Rabbit has many options for a successful career. Their emotional understanding and compassion would do well in teaching, advising or negotiation. If the Wood Rabbit chooses to pursue their creative interests, they may be a great fit for writing, design, graphic design or some other type of self-expression. The Wood Rabbit has been known to connect to audiences with their warm personalities. This can be seen in the successful acting careers of Wood Rabbits Angelina Jolie and Charlize Theron.
The fault of the Wood Rabbit may be too much compassion, as their compassion may be so strong that they abandon their own ambitions in the name of others. Similarly, the outwardly focused Wood Rabbit can easily spread themselves thin by taking on too many causes. In these situations, worry and anxiety become the Wood Rabbit’s greatest foe. In order to maintain mental and emotional health, the Wood Rabbit is encouraged to take time for themselves and their rest.
Wood Rabbit in Relationships
Rabbits are very sexual, but tend to give more of themselves than they should. This can lead to unrealistic expectations and unhealthy situations. Rabbits need partners who won’t take advantage of their giving nature. Such pairings will be strong.
Wood Rabbits occupy their time doing for others; always feeling the need to make others content. This generosity is easy for others to take advantage of and sometimes Wood Rabbits don’t even realize is happening.