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The Tiger

TIGER        

 

Sign Element : Wood

Best Mate: Horse & Dog

Worst Mate: Monkey

Years born :

1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022

 

Preferences:

Likes   Dislikes  
  • success

  • to be their own person

  • comfort, though not too sumptuous

  • big parties

  • appreciation and recognition of their prowess

  • spending money

  • honesty in others and themselves

  • change and anything new or unusual

  • to buy the best quality goods they can afford

  • a challenge
    being in charge

  • flattery

  • surprises

  • failure

  • feeling caged in by circumstances or people

  • rules and laws made by others

  • everyday life and its responsibilities

  • paying attention to detail

  • scandalmongering

  • taking orders or criticism

  • nursing others

  • jewels and trinkets

  • being ignored

  • established authority

  • hypocrisy

Personality   |     Career    |    Relationship

 

 

 

 

 Personality

 

Tigers may not be the king of the jungle, but these cats are certainly no wimps. Magnetic and self-possessed, Tigers are born leaders. They have an air of authority that prompts others to fall in line, which is exactly how they like it. Despite this, they often adopt the pose of a lone wolf, preferring to stalk their "prey" on their own. Time is of the essence to Tigers, the better to get ahead and stay there.

Courageous beyond compare, Tigers generally come out ahead in battle, whether at home or at work. Their determination is not always enough to see them through and they do not like to lose face or be seen to fail; more than likely they will find a new challenge and start over again. The Tiger's attention is caught by the unpredictable, and while others may be cautious, they are not afraid to explore the potential in unlikely situations. Simply being told that something is exciting is usually not sufficient for they - what they really need is first-hand experience. they have a generous nature and involve friends in their plans, but if threatened they are likely to withdraw and they can be aggressive when trapped. As soon as they have regained their sense of security their confidence also returns, enabling they to set out on their adventures once more. 

 

Tigers enjoy life and are excited by new challenges, unusual places, and unexpected events. Their positive attitude is attractive to others, and their enthusiasm and will to succeed easily draw a following. While their friends admire their optimism, at times they may find it hard to share their enthusiasm, and those who cannot challenge or charm may be pushed to one side. The Tigers are an exciting courageous and generous friend, but if they do not achieve what they want they can also be obstinate and self-centered. Inevitably there will be highs and lows in their friendships, but deep down their loyalty remains firm. 

 

 Noble and warm-hearted, Tigers tend to have a raw appeal which is extremely attractive to the opposite sex. Tigers will fight for what's right until the bitter end if they believe the cause is worthy. Opponents are wise to fear a feline that can smell victory a mile away. The Tigers trust their instincts and usually follow them, although there is a more objective side to their nature, which assesses situations thoughtfully. Occasionally they will be hurt along the way by putting their trust too firmly in the wrong person, yet at other times they can be too critical or suspicious. If they have been disappointed or disillusioned they eventually pick yourself up, dust yourself down and head off on a new road. 

A bit of caution is a good thing around Tigers, since they can pounce without much warning. They experience mood swings and often feel things more intensely than others, that latter quality being both good and bad. They often react poorly under stress and are prone to emotional outbursts. It's the rough sensitivity that can cause friend and foe to run for cover.

 

A lesson that Tigers would be well-served to learn is "moderation in all things." Once these cats can find their centre and direct their considerable energies toward worthwhile endeavours (as opposed to racing through life), they will accomplish much.

 

The most compatible match for a Tiger is the Horse or Dog.

 

 

 Career  

 

Optimism, determination and initiative are Tiger's strong points. The Tiger can be inspired by people or places, a chance remark or something they have unexpectedly seen, and then they head off with an infectious enthusiasm. Some of these projects will succeed because they have the drive to see them through to the end and they are an efficient and stimulating leader. they do not, however, deal well with failure and are embarrassed when colleagues discover that they have misjudged situations.

When they are making plans they are not sidetracked by the trivial and usually avoid elaborate arrangements - they prefer tackling the job directly than creating an unnecessary fuss. Their ability to cut through the side issues and their energetic response to challenges will serve they well in their career. The appeal of work for they is generally in the excitement and the quality, not the profit.

They are suited to a career in travel, design or politics. they would also make a good soldier, police officer, travel writer, explorer, and advertising or business executive.

 

 Relationship

The Tiger's enthusiasm for life spills over into their relationships, and it is not unusual for they to flit from one partnership into another, inspired by each one. they are excited by the possibilities that each relationship presents and are carried along by the first rush of romance, but eventually, when boredom or predictability sets in, they will be off in search of a new partner. Even when romance collapses around you, they may be feeling low for a while, but they will soon regain energy in pursuit of a new partnership.

People with an independent character attract the Tiger signs: although they may be stimulated by their company and admire their energy, they can still manage without the Tiger signs. A relationship with someone who shares their sense of adventure though still pursues their own interests is more likely to succeed for the Tiger. Tiger signs are not afraid to declare their feelings and are honest with their emotions, but they are also changeable. They need a partner who remains steady and constant, and quietly pursues their own plans.

 

 Famous Tigers

Sir David Attenborough, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, Beethoven, Tony Bennett, Chuch Berry, Richard Branson, Garth Brooks, Mel Brooks, Agatha Christie, Phil Collins, Jason Connery, Gemma Craven, Tom Cruise, Emily Dickenson, Roberta Flack, Jodie Foster, Connie Francis, Crystal Gayle, Susan George, Elliott Gould, Buddy Greco, Willia Hurt, Derek Jacobi, Dorothy Lamour, Stan Laurel, Marilyn Monroe, Demi Moore, The Queen, Oliver Reed, Lionel Richie, Diana Rigg, Kenny Rogers, The Princess Royal, Sir Jimmy Saville, Phillip Schoefield, Pamela Stephenson, Dame Joan Sutherland, Dylan Thomas, Liv Ullman, John Voigt, Julie Walters, Oscar Wilde, Tennessee Williams, Terry Wogan, Stevie Wonder.

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