The Rabbit Woman
4. Her love behavior
The Rabbit woman fears nothing more than ending up an old maid. While she does have a romantic attitude toward love, she looks for marriage, which offers her the emotional security and companionship she badly needs. No affair with her could last if it did not provide the prospect of matrimony.
Even as an adolescent, she instinctively knows how to charm men, how to use appropriate stratagems to catch them. But she always goes about her trapping business with much tact and discretion, never giving her prospective preys the impression that she tries to force their hands. Once married, she generally loses all interest in flirting or hovering around.
The Rabbit woman has clear-cut views on what 'true love' should be and sets up definite criteria for her marriage. To her, love must be something ethereal, composed mainly of pure sentiment and reason, never dominated by blind passion or sex. She cannot love a man who has not won her respect. However much she cares about her prince charming, it will be almost impossible for him to make her knees go weak or her sense of discrimination falter, for, as we know, this is not an overly emotional or unduly affectionate female.
1.Her physical background
2.Her psychological makeup
3.Her productive capacities
4.Her love behavior