Being independent doesn't mean doing everything by yourself all the time.
When a woman asks for help or is honest about hers Speaking mistakes doesn't make her any less powerful.
It just shows that she's trying to be the best she can be. For yourself and for others.
Being independent means being aware that we can do something ourselves, but also appreciating the help of others when it is needed. Especially the help that comes from that special someone.
She needs to know that you can keep up with her
She needs to know that you can keep up with her her equal.
You don’t have to be absolutely identical to her, but you have to try hard enough to bring something worthwhile to your relationship.
Never listen to learn and grow with her. Make sure she knows she can count on you.
In good and bad times. Show interest in what she does and try to support her as much as possible.
She still wants to feel like a woman
She wants to feel feminine when she's with you.
She wants to be held and feel secure.
< p>Look for the signs that she needs this kind of attention.
Show her that you understand both sides of her: her tough side and her sensitive side.
That is exactly what makes her such a great woman who can understand you too.
She wants you to show her that you are proud of her
She may seem like she has a lot of self esteem and doesn't need anyone telling her how amazing she is, but the truth is that we each have a few words of support and gratitude.
It's a little thing that costs nothing and means a lot.
It's something that people remember forever and makes them live more confidently.
She loves knowing that she can count on you
Every woman loves acts of service. It makes her feel unique, flattered and valued.
So white; her that you care about her; this is how you make her feel like you are not alone.
Notice what tasks she doesn't like and do them for her. She will be eternally grateful to you.
She is rarely ill, but when she is ill she wants you to take care of her
< p>Everyone deserves to know that when they are not feeling well, they will be taken care of.
Unfortunately, strong women are somehow overlooked in such situations.
Make an effort, be there for them and do whatever you can. She's going through a hard time and needs you.
Listen carefully to her
Sometimes strong women don't want to sound needy so they don't express their feelings freely and fully.
Try to read between the lines. It's not that difficult, you just have to pay attention to the details.
Offer to help her even if you don't think she needs it.
Ask her like you do day was and how she feels.
Notice if she's upset or sad about anything, and then try to figure out what it's about.
Surprise her with the things she was talking about. Show her that you always listen to her and that you have her interests at heart.
Vulnerability is not a weakness
In reality it requires a lot of courage and strength! When she shows her sensitive side, try to be understanding at all costs.
There's nothing like feeling calm after too much thinking.
When every side of a person is accepted, life becomes more comfortable.
We can thrive as human beings when we are not afraid of not being good enough and don't think there is something wrong with us.
Vulnerability is a relief and a good opportunity, trust and understanding between partners or family members. So make it a routine.
Being a leader can be exhausting
One of life’s most difficult tasks is taking on far too much responsibility.
That means that she has no time for herself because others depend on her.
She is constantly on the move and has to make sure that everyone is doing what they are supposed to be doing.
If she is a strong woman, responsibility will follow her everywhere.
Everyone is counting on her, how could she let anyone down? But what about her?
Tell her that she needs to voice her own needs too. And very clearly.
All of this should show you how little effort it takes to give your independent woman the feeling of security she needs to be as strong as she is.
That's how she became strong. By doing these things, you keep reminding them that you are part of their strength.