The one thing I never understand is that when people confuse strong women with 'men haters'. We can be complete feminists but that doesn't mean we value men any less. We're all pro women, but not anti-men.
Then comes the concept of love. Strong women don't picture their lives with corporate success and no personal life. We want to achieve success in our professional as well as personal lives. As we are strong women, we know we can get and handle both together.
But why is it so tough for strong women to fall in love? Aren't the men good enough? Or do they disturb our path to success? It's probably neither.
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They also one day hope of having a fulfilling relationship with marriage and kids.
We can survive very easily on our income and we're grown to be independant in all aspects of life. If a man walks into our lives, we want the man to stay, not 'need' him to stay.
We're having a flourishing career, and we want a man who understands that our work and career means a lot to us. We weren't made to be a housewife but go for work equally as men do.
We are very capable of making decisions for ourselves and although, we would love to take a man's opinions into consideration, but we do not depend on his approval to do things.
We believe that a relationship is made up of equal love, care and respect for one another. Women aren't bound to the house and men aren't bound to the office. We look for an equal share in responsibilities and duties of the household.
Strong women can't handle a man who has commitment issues. She doesn't have the time or the patience. So, if you don't have the guts to admit your love to her, better walk out the door because she's got a lot to do.
I don't mean, tall, well built and good cook type standards. But when we think of our perfect match, we look for qualities like patience, loyalty, honesty and respect which not many men are ready to provide these days.
Rather than financial support, we want a man who can provide us with the mental and emotional support.