It is possible to be the girl who’s independent, and still depend on the guy she loves. It is possible to be the woman who’s strong, and even stronger with her man by her side.
He has to know and more often, understand you. You used to have all your time by yourself. You may always forget to text him before doing something or going anywhere. But as soon as you remember that he exist, call him. You’re not heartless, you’re just so used of having yourself as your priority. But now that he’s there, you’ll slowly put his name on your list, one letter at a time.
You never let yourself feel complacent or overly satisfied. When you’ve accomplished something, you give yourself permission to celebrate, but after an appropriate amount of time, you’re on to the next thing – always focusing on the future and how you can grow.
You would never sacrifice your dreams, your happiness, or your sanity in order to stay in a relationship. You realize there are certain things that matter more than love.
It means that if your path is filled with roadblocks, you either drive through them or find another road.
You’re over the games, you’ve dealt with being alone and you’ve experienced love followed by heartbreak. You know what you want and that shouldn’t be your fault.
She is ambitious.
A strong, confident and independent woman is one who passionately loves their job and excels in it. A strong, confident and independent woman is one who can be in a big dinner party and take the experience as a learning one and an opportunity to build and grow her social network.
Why would one assume that an ambitious woman doesn’t want a family and children? I have dreams to be super successful and at the same time want a loving family with a man and children.
They become brainwashed by people who advise that they will “lose themselves” in some capacity if they have a partner, or start building a family.