She doesn't need your shoulder to cry on when the night's too dark and she doesn't need you to walk her home when it's late. She doesn't throw around words like ‘women's rights' and ‘feminism' at the drop of her hat; or start a debate on women's equality every time she's around a man.
In fact, most empowered women confess that they feel they would do a better job themselves, rather than depend on anyone else to do it. They're firm in their opinions, and they know they can influence others without saying a word.She's the alpha female and she doesn't need you to reaffirm her faith in herself.She stopped justifying herself to the world a long time ago—the day she realized no one and nothing ever lasts forever.While she might not a relationship to make her happy, don’t confuse that with not wanting one. If something isn’t quite right, expect her to approach you about it and have a much-needed conversation about how to make things right. A strong woman may have walls built up that take time to break down. She may not feel comfortable pursuing a relationship if your values conflict with hers. A strong woman knows what’s important to her, and she makes time for it. Reply According to this article, a strong woman is so perfect, she doesn’t need to marry or date, since she clearly doesn’t need anyone. Don’t marry or date a woman who doesn’t need you, because you will become dispensable, and there is no joy in being a disposable person.She knows how to protect herself, so know that trust might be a longer process than you’d like. Reply Actually, there’s an advantage to dating someone who doesn’t need you: they’re there because they WANT to be with you and enjoy your company, not because they can’t function without you. I’ve done fine without one for most of my almost 34 years on this planet. I don’t see them as disposable, I see them as someone I want to be around, someone I can live without but would prefer not to.You're afraid of the fact that on nights, when she's been through hell, you might not even know it because she can take care of her own self; even if that means crying herself to sleep.She's learned to pick herself up on her own, every time she falls down; and it's an art to watch her do it.And although all these traits are personal strengths, they're also the biggest problem when it comes to independent women's ability to attract men who meet their standards.Strong, successful, savvy women want a man who can stand up to them, be the man in the relationship and not whimper away when they call him out.She wants a man who can take her and make her feel loved and cared for, while allowing her to keep her independent nature.This kind of woman is the most misunderstood woman in the world. Reply I’m a strong woman but my husband is in charge, and I’m fine with that. Strong does not mean abusive, just like assertive is different than aggressive, but most people do not understand the difference. She knows what she wants in life and she’s on a mission to get it. My husband is still sweet, patient, and affectionate after 8 years of marriage!