If you are a man dating a woman who is headstrong and believes in herself, know that she will not change to conform to what society has often deemed as an ideal female partner (i.e one who is nurturing and caters to others’ needs and aspirations before her own). Such a woman needs a man who appreciates her for who she is; if he doesn’t, she knows her worth so she will leave. Before you take her for granted, you should know these five things about the special woman you’re dating.
She is independent and knows what she wants
That classic almost-fight about not knowing where to eat on a Friday night? That won’t happen with your partner. She knows what she wants, so don’t bother trying to tell her what to do. She expects you to respect that she does things her way, just as she respects that you have your own methods.
She fights for what she wants –– including you
One of the many reasons you should consider yourself lucky to date a strong, ambitious woman is because she fights for what wants, and this includes you. A woman who is passionate about securing her dreams will make sure she is dating the guy of her dreams, so she’ll treat you accordingly.
She wants you
A main reason not to take this woman for granted is that she sees you for who you are, and she wants you. If you can support her many ambitions, she will do the same and love you for who you are.
She is honest about what she wants
Not only does your strong, independent female partner know what she wants, but she also is not afraid to tell you about it. She wants your relationship to work so she’ll be honest with you about what’s working well and what’s not. What you shouldn’t take for granted in your partner is that she puts just as much energy into the relationship as she does everything else, she’s your biggest fan, and she prioritizes your needs as her own when you share your thoughts with each other.
She will help you realize your own wants
Being with a woman who is driven and ready to move forward with her goals will help you move forward with your own. While she wants to be with someone who supports her, she also wants to be with someone who has their own wants and hopes. This is the type of woman who makes up one half of “relationship goals” couples, a partnership where both parties are able to be successful on their own and together. The ideal relationship starts when you recognize how special this woman is, and then step up to meet her standards