Chinese horoscope: The Dog

The Dog (Those born in 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018)

Love

There may be some trouble this year from a partner who is less loyal than you would like them to be. If it is an out and out betrayal, then you know what to do – do not let them walk all over you. Move on to someone better. However, if it is a minor betrayal than it may be time to cut them some slack. Remember that not everyone can live up to your high ideals.

A long lost someone may reappear in your life this year. This could be a wonderful present from the universe. However, there is often a good reason for people to leave you behind and for you to leave them behind. Before you make any rash decisions that you want them back in your life, consider carefully why you fell out of touch in the first place. It is likely that the reasons have not magically disappeared.

Do not set yourself up for a disappointment.

Work

You have a tendency to work best in groups, and this is a great attribute to have throughout 2013. On the other hand, you sometimes let others take the credit for your work. Your goal is always to find the best way for the best outcome, and you can easily end up with a situation where you do not care as much about getting credit as you do ensuring that outcome is positive.

While this can work well in many situations, it can also lead to you not getting what you deserve. When you are at work and you see someone unfairly getting promoted, do not just brush it off and accept it.
Speak up. Talk to your supervisors. You do not have to throw anyone else under the bus, but you do need to learn to ask for the respect you deserve.

There will be a wealth of opportunity opening up for you this year.

The Chinese 2013 horoscope for Dog is a good one, but it does require action on your part. Do not let your actions go unnoticed. It can be difficult for you to toot your own horn, but if ever there was a year for it this is it. Remember that you do deserve to be respected and only you can ask for and demand the respect you are owed.

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