For that reason, I’m going to use the term ‘strong woman,’ who may very well have many consistencies with a woman who is independent and doesn’t you. Dating a woman who is strong and has her act together is an experience ripe with lessons to be learned. If you are going to fall in love with someone like this, there are going to be some things you should know first.
You’re going to have to stop dancing around issues and start being straight with her, because that’s how she’s going to be with you.
If there is an issue or something bothering her, you’re going to know about it.
She is a problem solver and she wants you to be, too.
She wants you to make decisions and she wants you to make plans. You have goals, dreams and visions for your future.
If you want something sugarcoated, you should probably go get yourself a cupcake, cupcake. Don't expect to carry on a relationship solely through text messages. Any juvenile attempt to make her jealous by talking about or posting photos with other women will backfire. They expect honesty and commitment from you, but they are more than willing to return it with the same fierce passion they apply to every other aspect of their lives.
Dating an independent woman can be exciting and scary at the same time…or, so I’m told from the men whom I’ve dated!
But if you are dating an independent woman, I’m sure she is someone who is also ambitious, strong, empowered, inspiring and free.
I think the term ‘independent woman’ gets some negative flack throughout society these days because often times, women have become so jaded that they swear off men and consistently talk about how they don’t need us.
This, obviously, can be a little discouraging for guys at times and makes us feel unwanted.