The Chinese Zodiac
Ox sign is usually known as a hardworking and nose to the grind stone type of personality. They also tend to be very supportive of others and have been known to shoulder with pride the burdens of their friends and loved ones. This article will examine the effect that birth order may have on the personality of the Ox and Chinese Astrology.
The Chinese Zodiac Ox
Firstborn or Only Child Oxes tend to be a little more shy than other Oxes and prefer to keep to themselves. They seem to have their our little world and are perfectly content with it. However, any changes to their perfect world like a change in routine or a change in they way in which they do things could cause this Ox to ascert its willpower until things are changed back to normal. As you know, the willpower and determination of an Ox is legendary especially when they believe that they are right. Which is usually all the time.
Middle Born Oxes tend not to be as rigid as their Firstborn counterparts, but are perfectly content to be in role that takes them out of the spotlight where they can do their own thing in peace and quiet. These Oxes also tend to get along better and have more fulfilling relationships with others because they tend to be a little bit more open-minded and accepting of differences in people. On the other hand, sometimes they are too trusting of others and shoulder more of a burden than they should.
The Last Born Oxes could tend to have somewhat of a chip on their shoulders because they may at times resent being treated as the baby of the family. These Oxes are likely to mature faster than most children and want to established their independence early in life. They prefer to solve their problems on their own and may treat any show of assistance as a slight to their abilities. Try not to underestimate the abilities of a Last Born Ox, if you do, they will likely show you up based on their ability to focus 100 percent of their engery to the task at hand without getting distracted.
The next article in this series will be on the Chinese Zodiac Tiger sign.