The Chinese Rabbit
Personality and Characteristics

Personality Traits and Characteristics Rabbit

People born under the sign of the Rabbit in Chinese Astrology are known for their gentle and amicable natures. They strive for pursuits of intelligence, beauty, and art in life. Rabbits may be quiet on the outside, however, on the inside they are constantly analyzing their surroundings and thinking about what their next move will be.

Personality characteristics for the Rabbit include thoughtfulness, gentleness, sensitiveness, and kindness. They do not like face-to-face confrontation, so should that occasion arise, the Rabbit would rather bail than stick around to fight. If faced up against confrontation with a Rabbit, expect them to show their non-confrontational nature. Confrontation can and will make a Rabbit physically ill. Rabbits, however, would make good parents due to their calm natures and gentle presence. Having an infant born under the sign of the Rabbit can be a blessing for a new parent due to their quiet nature allowing the Rabbit to sleep easily through the night.

Socially, the Rabbit enjoys the company of a few close friends rather than being the center of attention or the life of the party. Expect to have a caring and deep friendship with a Rabbit. Rabbits tend to concern themselves with problems that only affect themselves or ones that they closely care about. They tend not to care about the world's problems at large. At the Rabbit's worst, however, the Rabbit can suffer through personality disorders such as avoiding people and being overly needy.

Some good choices of careers for the Rabbit are ones that allow them to express their sensitive and artistic natures, such as a writer, diplomat, therapist, or teacher. Their kind natures and soothing mannerisms are very helpful when it comes to needing to solve problems, whether personal or in the workplace.

As far as the love and sex life of a Rabbit goes, they need a partner that would understand their quiet natures and the fact that they do not like to go out to loud and noisy places. Rabbits, however, can be very romantic in their love lives, which will attract them plenty of suitors. All the better for the Rabbit, since they tend to get quite picky with whom they enter a relationship with. The Chinese horoscope signs that are compatible with the sign of the Rabbit include the Sheep, the Dog, and the Pig. A Rabbit would not find a good partner with the Rat or the Dragon. Couples in which one partner is a Rabbit need to understand that the Rabbit will be very stressed out should they have loud arguments and shouting matches. This is not a good environment for a Rabbit, or for anyone else in general.

Metal Rabbit: 1951, 2011
Water Rabbit: 1903, 1963
Wood Rabbit: 1915, 1975
Fire Rabbit: 1927, 1987
Earth Rabbit: 1939, 1999
  • Best sex: GOAT and PIG
  • Worst nightmare: ROOSTER

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