Relationship Analysis

I personally do not believe much in horoscope kind of funda. But having read Chinese horoscopes and relationship analysis, I had to change my mind. I realize that its close to truth, as it is based on ancient Chinese astrological analysis.

You can check your relationship analysis and compatibility HERE

I felt good to read a lot good things about myself, for am a DOG.
Note: Discard the negative traits, ok? =)

Characteristics of a Dog

Loyal and protective, the Dog makes a great friend or family member and inspires the confidence of everyone around them. They have a strong sense of justice and duty. They aggressively defend their rights and are not afraid to speak up on behalf of others. The Dog is very protective of family and anything entrusted to their care. They're not that social but will sacrifice everything for family. The Dog is a natural pessimist and a worrier---many becoming quite cynical. They tend to be introverts who rarely show their feelings and usually hate crowds. Still, you want the honest, hard-working Dog on your team.

Positive Traits:

The honorable Dog is the sign most likely to speak out about wrongs in the world and to call for justice. You have a strong sense of fair play and are usually forthright and outspoken. This makes you the perfect spokesperson for those who cannot or would not speak up for themselves.

You are most likely a valued member of your family as well as your community. You tend to be very protective of family members and are likely to enjoy celebrating your country's independence day with your family. Loyalty and patriotism are near and dear to your heart. You respect the flag and are moved in your heart when the national anthem is played at a sporting event. Although you are outspoken, you are not one to rail against your country, and you are discreet and can be trusted to hold what we tell you in confidence.

This, plus your sincerity and kindness makes you a most desirable friend. In fact you are almost as concerned and protective of your friends as you are of your family. You are not a materialist but rather one who derives the most pleasure from love and family. Your concern extends to all humanity, and you are altruistic by nature. You prefer to use your material gains to help others.

Your other gentler qualities include the fact that you most often are slow to anger yet quick to recover. You are not one to nag and nitpick.

Rather, you tend to be in control of your emotions. You also have excellent powers of discernment. In other words, you choose your battles carefully. This makes you easy to get along with on a day to day basis and a valued team member at work.

Negative Traits:

The Dog is perhaps the most pessimistic sign in the Chinese zodiac. You have a tendency to look at what is wrong with things or at what you might be lacking. This causes you anxiety and makes you fret excessively, especially during those times when you do not think you are good enough for whatever. When you fail to solve the problems of the world you might become bitter and cynical. When it comes to individual people, you are usually slow to form judgments; however, there often is a narrow mindedness to your way of thinking. You tend to see things in black and white. And, when you make a judgment, you tenaciously cling to your ideas and rarely change your mind.

You are also rather thick skinned; however, you can be extremely suspicious or defensive when a family member or friend is potentially threatened or actually attacked either verbally or physically. Sometimes your anger flares up almost instantaneously and violently as your protective urge moves you to action. On the other hand, your reserved nature can actually be a negative in family matters. You tend to be subdued, not one given to continuous displays of affection. There may however be times when family members require more warmth than you provide.

There is one other way you can inadvertently hurt the people around you. Your sense of justice often causes you to make judgments about others and to criticize their actions or motivations. Furthermore, you sometimes rashly categorize people and put them into little boxes. Having done that, you are not beyond giving severe tongue lashings to those that fall in the wrong box or those in the right box when they step out of line by your reckoning. By nature you are not exactly a diplomatic critic---even when dealing with the ones you most love.

Qualities Admired: Loyalty, devotion to family.

Pet Peeves: Injustice, nosiness.

AND i am more than overwhelmed to read about the chinese sign RABBIT, Loved the Negative traits especially =P

Characteristics of a Rabbit

Pacifistic and refined, the Rabbit tends to have excellent taste, enjoys the finer things in life and loves to go first class. The Rabbit does its best to promote peace and harmony and to avoid conflict and unpleasantness whenever possible. They are discreet, easy-going and make for good company. On the downside, they can be snobbish and prone to gossip. Also, the Rabbit is the sign that finds it the hardest to pick itself up off the floor when knocked down by adversity. Although a social creature, the Rabbit enjoys the quiet life and tends to be conservative. Their comfort is very important to them, and they are likely to whine when it's disturbed.

Positive Traits:

Artistic, calm, diplomatic, gentle, kind, modest, peaceful, placid, refined, sensitive, suave and thoughtful.

Above all else the Rabbit is a peacemaker. You no doubt have excellent diplomatic skills and, while you do not like conflict, you are the first person your friends turn to when it is necessary to make peace among them. Your sense of calm and your modest, unassuming presence is just what is needed to smooth all those ruffled feathers.

You are also valued for your kindness. You are sensitive to the needs of people around you and thoughtfully do little things to make them happy. Your kindness extends to animals, and it is especially there where we see your gentle heart. You are a soft touch for almost every litter critter.

You likely have exquisite taste in both dress and the arts. Suave and style conscious you want to wear the latest fashions and are always appropriately dressed for the occasion. If you are not an artist yourself, you have an excellent appreciation of the arts and can be a good critic.

Negative Traits:

Conceited, detached, gossipy, manipulative, melancholic, moody, opportunistic, snobbish, superficial, sybaritic and timid.

The Rabbit's love of peace manifests itself in a somewhat negative way as a love of comfort. You generally avoid any kind of argument perhaps as much because it would disturb your peace of mind as because you are basically a timid soul and wither under criticism. You do, however, aggressively pursue your creature comforts and have a definite sybaritic streak. In other words, you like the comfort luxuries bring and find yourself right at home in the mall.

Perhaps it is a defense mechanism to protect your gentle heart, but for whatever reason, you are usually somewhat detached. At times the world can be too harsh and intimidating for a person as gentle as you. You can be moody, which might help explain your tendency to become melancholic. It is hard to know your motivation for these as you can be very secret about your personal life. That does not, however, stop you from talking about ours.

In spite of your occasional physical and emotional withdrawal from the world, you actually crave the company of people and are quite adept at social relations being the diplomat you are. Unfortunately for the rest of us, you can be manipulative, and you are good at it. Your motives however are not evil. Usually you are just trying to get us to do something you find too unpleasant to handle yourself or to simply buy something for you, preferably clothes or dinner at an elegant restaurant. You are ever the opportunist.

Qualities Admired: Gentleness, calmness of soul.

Pet Peeves: Argumentativeness and anything else that disturbs their peace.

Needless to say A DOG and A RABBIT can always be great friends!!

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