It may sound counterproductive to think that a woman’s independence will land her a
Why is that? Well now, don’t think that “a
Understanding your own complex emotions is a way of being independent. Expressing that you acknowledge the flaw means that your growing, taking responsibility and that you are working towards repairing the issue. That means it will be easier to address, instead of simply tearing the relationship apart or running from the most important issues. Many secure women end up in loving relationships that help them to build their own self-worth and let go of baggage from the past. Most real men are not looking for “perfection”, they are just looking for someone they can potentially build something with.
A real man understands that he isn’t perfect. He knows that it’s unrealistic to carry high standards if he isn’t up to par himself. For the most part, real men want to find someone who not only have a great personality but someone who is easy to talk to. Someone who is fun and he can see a real future with. The physical aspects become icing on a cake that was baked with common interests. Believe it or not, that is really what most men are looking for. Enjoying someone’s company AND at the same time, “building” with them has become hard in the dating game for most people. Too many people are looking for short-term relationships or dating for all the wrong reason. When you make a real connection with a good potential
A woman’s independence can be a good thing and will set her aside from many other potential dates but only if a woman is optimistic about her encounters with men. Again she cannot be “too independent” to where she loses sight of what a “real man” is suppose to be there for anyway to begin with. By knowing what you want, knowing who you are and what you have to offer, you will generally attract those same things into your life. Whether that’s a great job with additional bonuses and/or true love. It all depends on you and what you’re projecting into the world around you.
If you’re not independent yet, then just take some time to work on yourself. And believe it or not, sometimes it take someone to “cross our path” who see our potential to help us grow rather than us just trying to grow on our own. From time to time, some women tend to say, “I’m not going to settle” but what some don’t realize is, sometimes being by themselves IS settling (in some cases). Be optimistic and give things a chance. You might find along the way you meet someone who is worth holding onto and growing with. You just have to take that first step into independence in order to find and keep a