Chinese Zodiac: The Rabbit

The reserved Rabbit is intelligent, intuitive, and in touch with nature


Chinese Zodiac Signs: The Rabbit

All About the Rabbit

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The Rabbit's personality

Generous by definition, Rabbits can also be afraid of their own power. People trust them easily and admire them, but Rabbits themselves are cautious and discreet. Everywhere they go they create peace for others ... but compromise their own inner harmony with sudden mood changes and fear. Rabbits are full of heart and love to take care of the wounded body, heart and soul -- they are gentle and kind.

The Rabbit is a performer. Rabbits can speak eloquently and knowledgably about many things. Their interests are wide-ranging and global. They can be generous to a fault -- a Rabbit would give away his or her last penny to someone in need. Rabbits can be very successful as long as they keep their fears in check. They love everything and everyone, but self-love is a challenge for them. You may think you know a Rabbit, but it's very hard to find out how they really feel, as they are so discreet about their true thoughts and feelings. If you have a Rabbit friend, make sure you honor his or her heart.

The Rabbit in love

The Rabbit woman in love: Rabbit women make ideal marriage partners, as they have a natural gift for multi-tasking on the home front: taking care of children, creating harmony and beauty in the house and preparing fast, wonderful meals. They are great at taking care of everyone, but they need the freedom to learn things on their own. They also love to go out for an energizing night on the town. Rabbit women are speedy in whatever they do. Because a Rabbit has a hard time taking really good care of herself, attracting a partner is not always easy for her and generally will not happen early in her life. The ideal partner for a Rabbit woman is someone who listens to her worries and pains -- a compassionate, at-home-therapist type. She needs emotional and mental comfort. Give it to her and she will be loyal to you for the rest of her life.

The Rabbit man in love: This man loves the good life. His ideal form of pleasure involves a harem and sumptuous food at all times. Using his vast charm, the Rabbit man approaches love as an extended practice session until he finds the ideal mate ... which of course he never does. Don't let his generosity fool you -- it's usually self-serving. But toward the end of his life, one partner will settle down a Rabbit man ... someone who at least comes close to his ideal. When a Rabbit becomes a father, he teaches everything he knows to his children.Rabbit men love to share a home with a partner who takes care of them and doesn't fuss over every detail. Keep things flowing and peaceful, and your Rabbit man will be a pleasant, ideal mate. Don't create conflicts with him -- if you do, he could run away. Easily wounded, if a Rabbit man's love relationship ends, he will stay alone for a while before seeking another partner.

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The Rabbit and money

Rabbits are easily satisfied with what they earn. They need to work their whole lives on self-esteem issues around money, including cultivating the ability to ask for fair compensation for their work. They are good in professions involved with law and order, social and health services, diplomatic work and in anything connected with helping the wounded and abused. The Rabbit can hold money very tightly and then suddenly give it away. Rabbits are not the best accountants or financial managers, as they see money as a means to help others, not something to save in a bank.

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More facts about the Rabbit

Element: Wood
Season: Spring
Lucky Gemstone: Pearl
Positive Traits: Kind, intuitive, smart, elegant, alert, quick, skillful, patient, responsible, sensitive, compassionate, amiable, and modest
Negative Traits: Superficial, lazy, hesitant, stubborn, timid, touchy, conservative, stubborn, discreet
Born In: ...1903, 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023...

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