The Year of the Tiger began on February 14. Naturally, inquiring minds wondered then -- and now -- how their love life will unfold in 2010. Are things finally going to heat up? Will you find your soul mate? Is marriage in the cards?
Plenty of questions … and we have the answers! The Tiger will affect everyone differently according to their Chinese animal sign, so read on to find out your fate. But first, learning about the qualities of that mighty beast is a great place to start exploring how love will play out for you in 2010.
Passion and adventure abound wherever the Tiger goes. There is no escaping this fact. This is going to be some year in the annals of your love life! It may not be all good, but it is going to be memorable! So hold on to your hat for a wild ride -- and go with the feeling.
Such intense action may not be your thing. Not to worry. You would be foolish to try and keep up with the Tiger all year long. That doesn’t mean, however, you can’t hop on and off the roller coaster. Pick your spots. Let things heat up for a while and enjoy it. Then go back to your usual persona -- whatever that may be.
You can already see that the Tiger affects people differently, and you are probably thinking, "What about me? There’s more to me than either being wild or not." And so there is. According to Chinese astrology, you belong to one of four groups:
Tigers, Horses and Dogs will be the most affected by the Tiger this year. If you are a member of this in-group, any of the possibilities mentioned before -- romance heating up, finding your soul mate, perhaps even getting married -- could well be yours. So, you Tiger (born in 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986), Horse (1954, 1966, 1978, 1990), and Dog (1958, 1970, 1982) people? Go for it!
Not a part of this in-group? That does make things a bit more complicated. If you were born during the year of the Rabbit, Dragon or Pig, odds are greatly in your favor of having success this year. If you are one of the other signs -- Rat, Ox, Snake, Sheep, Monkey or Rooster -- your love life is likely to experience both ups and downs, the Monkey being an exception.
Each year, people of a certain sign have to be especially careful. This year it’s the Monkey’s turn. If that is you, you want to avoid playing games. Be loving; be honest and, above all, be true. This is not a year you want to risk losing or failing to meet and win the love of your life.
A final word to those not in the in-group: Regardless of how kindly the Tiger smiles upon you, you will have some lucky months and plenty of lucky days this year. Pay attention to your annual love horoscope and the Chinese Almanac so that you know when those dates occur. Make your biggest efforts during favorable months. Plan your dates and other major occasions on days when your sign fares best.
May 2010 bring you the love and happiness you seek! Check out your 2010 Year of the Tiger Forecast!