5 Tips for Dating a Strong Woman

5 Tips for Dating a Strong Woman

You know how they say the best type of love is the one you share with someone who doesn’t need you but constantly wants you? This is EXACTLY the type of love you’ll be getting every single day from a strong, independent woman.

And while the first statement holds very much true, this type of love comes with the fact that it won’t be easy. Having a strong woman as a partner will come with its own series of struggles. Trust, however, that she will always be worth it.

Leave Your Ego at the Door

..or better actually, get rid of it entirely. Dating a strong, independent woman means that you have to be the type who isn’t intimidated with what she’s achieved and what she has yet to achieve.

Along With It, Your Belief in Internalized Patriarchal Practices

She wants to split the bill? Let her. She wants to do things that society believes is ‘a man’s job’, let her. She stands for equality and a relationship that operates on equality is one where both of you will thrive.

 

Don’t Play Mind Games

A strong, independent woman, more often than not, is someone who isn’t good at mind games. Neither is it something she would enjoy. Don’t keep her guessing. If there’s something you don’t like, say it. If there’s something she did that you appreciated, say it. She’ll love you all the more for it.

 

Spoil Her With Loyalty

And affection. And honesty and attention because clearly, she can finance herself.

 

Allow Her to Be Completely Herself

We’ll try to say this in the least dramatic way possible but strong, independent women usually become that way because they had to go through some tough stuff growing up. With that, expect her to have built some walls. The fact that she’s with you means that she let you in. The best gift you can give her is the full comfortability of being herself when she’s around you.

Any other tips you wanna share? Let us know in the comments!

 

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