Independent women intimidating men

13-May-2016 00:37

Independent women have made the decision to share life with you.Her choice is based on compatibility, shared energy, and appreciation of your presence, not because you meet a need.Your woman will love you dearly, but you will be a fragment of her happiness.She will find joy in things and people outside of you. If you are looking for someone to rescue or if constantly feeling needed in your relationship is fundamental for your peace, this may not be the woman for you.Yesterday I co-hosted a radio show on the topic of love and relationships.We explored whether a woman’s independence served as a repellent for men. Equipped with a, “By means necessary” spirit, independent women come to the table with an abundant amount of resources and skills.You know exactly what sort of leading lady I'm talking about: the damaged damsel in distress who's tragically tethered to the tree of danger, and is patiently awaiting a sweepingly powerful (masculine) energy to find her in the thick of the forest, cut the ropes with his bare hands, rescue her and wrap up her tiny body in his big, burly arms.OR it's the doe-eyed, heartbreakingly self-destructive waif who hates herself with a fervent relentlessness and we watch, teary-eyed, as she spirals into the harrowing vortex of addiction and self-abuse — until the earth shattering moment an authoritative male figure magically appears in her life, by absolute happenstance, and an instant falls in love with her and peels her off the ground, saving her from the cell of herself.

Joshua Pompey, an expert on dating, has incredible insight on this topic.Though it comes in many cinematic styles and is targeted toward a vast array of age ranges: It's the same f*cking story every f*cking movie.What really gets under my skin is that society does a pretty damn good job at pretending to “love” and “celebrate” the independent woman. We will dutifully teach a young girl the utmost importance of thinking for herself and making her own money, yet when she emerges into the real world as strong, powerful, freethinking force of girl nature — we instantly alienate her.When we throw girls so many mixed messages at once, how can they possibly see the world clearly?We're instructing them to be self-assured, yet every pop culture song on the radio is a bubble gum blonde singing about how much she not only wants, but the boy.

Joshua Pompey, an expert on dating, has incredible insight on this topic.Though it comes in many cinematic styles and is targeted toward a vast array of age ranges: It's the same f*cking story every f*cking movie.What really gets under my skin is that society does a pretty damn good job at pretending to “love” and “celebrate” the independent woman. We will dutifully teach a young girl the utmost importance of thinking for herself and making her own money, yet when she emerges into the real world as strong, powerful, freethinking force of girl nature — we instantly alienate her.When we throw girls so many mixed messages at once, how can they possibly see the world clearly?We're instructing them to be self-assured, yet every pop culture song on the radio is a bubble gum blonde singing about how much she not only wants, but the boy.When you have to choose between writing someone back or getting that extra 15 minutes of much-needed sleep, the latter often wins out.