Personality & Temper of the Chinese Zodiac Dragon

The Dragon is the 5th animal in the classic Chinese zodiac. It is the only imaginary animal on the zodiac. In recent years, the years of the Dragon were in 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, and 2012. In ancient China, it was believed that Dragons controlled every aspect of the world and now days they are a symbol of dominance. The dragon’s lucky numbers are 1, 6 and 7 and its lucky flower is the bleeding glory-bower.

People born in the year of the dragon are gifted with intelligence, tenacity and courage and are very enthusiastic and confident in their surroundings. They are willing to take risks and aren’t afraid of challenges. They don’t like dwelling on the past but instead look forward and work towards the future.

Ladies with the ox zodiac sign typically make good wives who will find great purpose in providing her children a good education.

Dragons are occasionally considered to be angry and aggressive, and they certainly don’t take criticism well. A dragon would never consider themselves arrogant or irritating, even though that can often be the case. They also have a reputation for having a sharp tongue and having an inflated ego.

The hardworking dragons are usually generally healthy. Because of their love to take risks and challenges, they are prone to stress and might suffer from periodic tension. Youthful and middle-aged people born in the year of the dragon should be careful with their skin while the older generations should be wary of any blood, intestinal or liver and gall problems. Yoga is a good activity for dragon’s health as well as their mind.

Because of the dragon’s nature to take risks and seek challenges, the most suitable career paths are ones that will continually test them. Some ideal career choices might be – Inventor, teacher, lawyer, architect or engineer.

While searching for their perfect partner, dragons can be hesitant to move forward with their relationships and might be unwilling to make a commitment. When a Dragon does encounter a relationship they want to last, they will be warm, generous and caring towards their loved ones.

In romantic situations, Dragons are most compatible with Rats, Roosters and Monkeys, but least compatible with other dragons, dogs, rabbits and oxen’s.