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Western Star Signs
Basically, each one of you needs to be first and best. Somehow, some way, you both need to find a competitive outlet. At heart, this relationship is hot and fiery. Try rotating duties and tasks.
You share an active, dynamic, mobile and assertive life style. You're each somewhat special and lead some sort of a charmed life. Each of you is usually competitive, flamboyant, positive and life affirming.
You both like to start things and to take the initiative. You're each restless, energetic, outgoing, opportunistic and ambitious. Probably, you're both more busy than usual.
Both of you are independent individuals and you don't like feeling "owned" by anyone. Neither of you can tolerate being dominated or bossed by anyone else; you want to make your own decisions, and direct your own lives.
You respect one another's autonomy. You both have proud egos and are sensitive to criticism. Almost inevitably you will compete with each other, and in small doses this can be invigorating. But it easily becomes nasty if it is the predominating tone of the relationship, and one of you is likely to get hurt. If you've ever seen two rams locking horns, you know what I mean! You either respect one another immensely or detest one another - rarely anything in between.
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Chinese Star Signs
These two make a great pair as long as they share the same ambitions. As lovers they can be a very satisfying match. Their overall compatibility rating is 70%.
The Dragon is the most celebrated sign of the Chinese Zodiac. They are powerful and very lucky, warm-hearted and full of blazing energy. Dragons are intelligent beings born with endless charisma, which ensures they influence the actions of those around them and often makes them the center of attention - a place they enjoy being. Dragons are known for giving good advice. Just as they are lucky with money, so too are they lucky in love.
Dragons have a talent for managing projects from their inception to their end with great success. Although their egos may be a bit inflated, they do make good leaders. While Dragons may acquire great wealth, it is power they truly want. Dragons are usually gracious winners and, conversely, very poor losers.
Being a leader is the natural role of the Dragon. Those who learn to be flexible, compassionate and tolerant may become great leaders.