Trust yourself. It is to believe that your life consists of realizing your individual potential. And while that can and often includes a happy and loving partnership, independent women do one thing, one crucial thing differently: they place themselves first in a world that almost demands that they do the opposite.

 She knows exactly who she is.

So many people consider that falling in love and being in a relationship is the thing that completes them. The thing that takes them from 75 to 100%. She is not like that at all. He is a full, complete and happy person with or without someone to send a text hello when he wakes up. Falling in love is probably not even on his radar, which ultimately makes him more surprising and difficult to achieve.

Independent women tend to have incredibly high expectations.

… And that is usually the reason why they have problems with relationships – romantic and not. We all know the archetype of the “successful woman” as it is traditionally presented: a cold, calculated and emotionless workaholic. We assume that it is this nature that always makes them grappling with relationship problems, but more often than not it is that they have such high expectations for themselves and for their work, they really find it hard to do not maintain their relationships to the same standards. The only problem with this is a lack of insight: you can change your career, but you can’t change another person to be what you expect. And as long as you focus on changing someone, you are not focused on loving them.

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She takes things seriously and doesn’t want to waste her time.

She may have a bit of an “all work and no play” mindset, but it is less about never relaxing and more about being incredibly focused and extremely diligent with where she spreads her energy. However, due diligence can leave little room for new things and new people in his life and can make it difficult for him to turn away from his game plan and allow for new experiences.

We are not completely, singularly devoted to this or that thing. We appreciate our time alone and sometimes our work, our art or our well-being comes first. It doesn’t make us devoid of true love, it makes it easier. The more we base ourselves on who we really are, the more we can bring that person to a real relationship. But to achieve this, we must often give up on the fact that the relationships we idolize grow. It is rewriting the narrative of what a love is “supposed” to be, and how it “should” feel, not only in terms you are comfortable with but which are a more true, honest expression and loving who you are and out of your partnership.

 She feels deeply but rarely shows it.

She is the queen of compartmentalization, a master at hiding her emotions. She probably feels that it is better to leave her emotions to her care, to herself. She takes care of herself and never lets anyone see what’s going on. But to fall in love with someone, you have to be comfortable with those emotions and let them out. What should she learn and become familiar with?

She’s loyal as hell.

If you are loved by a stubborn woman, you are in luck because she will do her best to never disappoint you. She will always tell you the truth and defend you if she ever hears someone talking shit. She will stay with you all her life. If you are looking for a woman in good weather, look elsewhere.

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She needs a partner, not a significant other.

She needs someone who can run with such precision and diligence by her side without hesitating, wobbling or being intimidated by her speed and determination. She needs a teammate, a co-pilot. And these are much more difficult to find than just a boyfriend or girlfriend. It’s a deeper thing; that’s why it will eventually fall.

She is her own first priority.

It is not wired to make a person their number one. She believes in her ability to have categories and to delegate her concentration. If someone expects to be everything for him, it is very likely that he will be nothing instead.

She takes longer to fall but when she does, she’s all in.

She protects herself, protects her feelings and her life, so it will take a little longer than most to fall in love. But once she knows she can trust you, once she understands that you’re not kidding, she will be fully engaged and ready to engage you.

She needs a partner, not a significant other.

She needs someone who can run with such precision and diligence by her side without hesitating, wobbling or being intimidated by her speed and determination. She needs a teammate, a co-pilot. And these are much more difficult to find than just a boyfriend or girlfriend. It’s a deeper thing; that’s why it will eventually fall.

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