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Tiger Chinese Zodiac

By: Gail Leino

Individuals born under the sign of the Tiger Chinese Zodiac may be at one extreme or he other. Tigers may be gentle, sentimental, and full of sympathy. Others may be controlling, hot-tempered and extremely self-serving. Those who are interacting with an individual born under the Tiger Chinese Zodiac may have a bit of difficulty in determining which of these two personalities they may be dealing with. Regardless of the basic differences between the two types of Tiger Chinese Zodiac personalities, one constant is always applicable. Individuals born under the Tiger Chinese Zodiac is selfish by nature. He is often in a state of self-contradiction between acting rashly without thinking things through and hesitation. It is this state of rashness and hesitation that lessens the individual born under the Tiger Chinese Zodiac from being an effective leader. Instead, the tiger is best suited to working solo or with numbers and figures rather than other individuals. Tigers maintain a level of suspicion that is never entirely erased from their personalities. The tend to show off and like to be seen as being in powerful positions or control. They can be, and often are, extremely jealous. The Tiger Chinese Zodiac is extremely good at taking dreams and self-goals and making them into realities. They do not show fear in the face of diversity, and are persistent, almost tenacious, in achieving goals. Like the cat, they have what seems an endless amount of lives and will recreate themselves until they finally reach the level of success that they feel they are entitled to.

The Tiger Chinese Zodiac individual is most productive in the Spring and is best suited to make big changes in their life during the month of February. The Tiger is most compatible with those individuals born under the signs of the
Pig or the Dog Chinese Zodiac. They should never try to carry on a relationship with an individual born under the sign of the Snake as there will be too much arrogance and suspicion for the relationship to withstand. The Tiger and Horse make the most successful business partners as both have a strong personality that works until the goals are met. The Tiger Chinese Zodiac is said to be the sign of those individuals born in 1902, 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986 and 1998.

About the Author

Mrs. Party... Gail Leino takes a common sense approach to planning and organizing events, celebrations and holiday parties with unique ideas for birthday party supplies and fun free educational party games. She explains proper etiquette and living a healthy life while also teaching organizational skills and fun facts. The Party Supplies Hut has lots of party ideas with hundreds of free coloring sheets, printable games, and free birthday party activities. What is your Chinese zodiac sign? Find out more info and get Chinese Zodiac Party Supplies for holidays, birthdays and special events.