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10 Reasons A Strong Woman Would Rather Be Alone Than With Fake People

A strong woman exudes healthy confidence and finds comfort in her own unique identity. She's honest with herself and looks for the same sincerity in others.

She's prone to the same weaknesses, fears, and doubts as every other woman, but she strives to make choices she believes are right regardless of what other people think.

A strong woman protects herself from other people's toxic motivations and selfish agendas.

If you're a strong woman, you prefer being alone to the company of "fake people". Don't feel guilty about your preference. You have good reason for it!

1. You Enjoy Your Own Company

You're content with yourself and don't feel compelled to surround yourself with other people to escape your own thoughts. You're not afraid to be alone and welcome "me time".

As a strong woman, you wisely use solitude to process your own thoughts and feelings, connect with your creative side, or proactively plan strategies for achieving your goals.

2. You Despise Empty Conversation

You value other people and enjoy relationships with meaningful connections. If this type of company isn't available, you pass on any invitation to engage with associates who specialize in idle chatter and pretentious prating.

You don't need the company of others to feel good about yourself, so you choose to avoid the empty conversations you utterly despise.

3. Flattery Annoys You

Flattery and agenda-promoting compliments gall your candid personality.

Whether it's the corporate ladder or the social ladder, you can't bear to watch conformists "politely" stepping on each other to reach the next rung.

Disingenuous behavior receives little patience from you, and you purposely withdraw from these situations.

4. You Prefer Mental Stimulation Over Gossip

You choose friendships based upon the principle that "iron sharpens iron." A desire for personal growth and achievement motivates you to seek relationships with a positive influence.

You're wise enough to know that gossip not only brings other people down, it also negatively impacts your state of mind. You sidestep the gossip gang and choose solitude when stimulating company isn't available.

5. You're a Human Lie Detector

Flattery annoys you, but bold-faced lies deeply trouble your sincerity-loving heart. Whether a gift or curse, you possess the ability to detect lies on the spot, and it often brings you sorrow.

Even when developing new friendships, it's hurtful when someone aims lies at you.

You're upset even when someone else is the target. Once you spot a crafty liar, you don't waste another minute of time in her company and may even call her out.

6. You're Not Concerned with Appearances

Image is everything – or so you're told. While it's appropriate for companies and marketers to concern themselves with "image," you prefer to focus on more meaningful aspects of life.

You're more concerned with who you are and where you're headed than with someone else's superficial opinion of you.

You realize you're not perfect and do your best to look beyond outer appearance and perceive the heart of the matter – or person.

When opting out of social situations, you're not rattled by peer pressure or how turning down an invitations affects your image.

7. Hypocrites Turn Your Stomach

Nothing causes you to feel ill more quickly than the presence of a proud hypocrite. As a strong woman, you see the inherent dishonesty and abhor the destruction hypocrisy causes in others' lives.

When appropriate, you stand against them in defense of another's character. You'd rather spend countless hours alone than be subjected to their toxic behavior.

8. You Hate Poor Excuses

As a child, you were taught that "there's no excuse for bad behavior," and you've taken this to heart.

Your compassionate nature reminds you that no one's perfect, but you have no use for someone who repeatedly uses ignorance (or an equally poor excuse) to justify his harmful actions.

You'd rather be alone than listen to someone who refuses to take responsibility for his life choices.

9. Injustice Infuriates You

You do your best to distinguish between right and wrong, and you believe equality and justice are more than mere ideals.

When you see deliberate injustice, unfair treatment, and innocent people becoming the targets of selfish agendas, your passion ignites.

You leave these self-deluded troublemakers behind, preferring to be alone rather than in their company.

10. Fake People Don't Understand You

A strong woman possesses a sensitive heart, and she's learned how to skillfully guard it. You recognize that the numerous fake people in your world don't understand your authenticity, and this often causes conflict and tension.

When the time comes to choose, you decide to be alone instead of enduring the stress of a contentious situation.

A strong woman knows what's best for her, and she's ready to leave the social crowd behind when she'll receive no net benefit or opportunity to make a positive impact.

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The Biggest Deathbeds Regrets Shared By The Dying

It's hard to pinpoint our exact regrets as we go through life because they're constantly changing. We regret decisions in the moment but we move on and eventually, they don't seem like a big deal. But, over time, some regrets accumulate and mold into one big regret. Unfortunately, by the time we realize what it is that we value most and wish we had done differently, it's a little too late. The good news is, if you're reading this, you're likely alive and well. That means that you still have an opportunity to do something about your regrets so by the time that you're on your deathbed, you have none.

Pay attention to these biggest deathbed regerts, shared by people in their final days. They were recorded by Shannon L. Alder an author and therapist, known for her tidbits of wisdom that have been published in over 100 different books.

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Living True To The Self

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"I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life other people expected of me."

From a very young age, we become conditioned to live to please and look good in the eyes of others. We prioritize the value of how others see us, over the way we see ourselves. We work tirelessly to make relationships work, to get promotions at work, to be seen, appreciated, and valued by strangers. We have created social networks that carry the sole purpose of seeing, and being seen. However, we end up setting unrealistic expectations and working towards unachievable standards.

We never feel good enough or stop to appreciate who we are and how far we've come. We never truly feel fulfilled or take the risks necessary to reach our highest selves, without worrying about how it affects everyone else, or what everyone will think of it. Sadly, at the end of the day, only we are responsible for our own happiness and achievements so what others think really doesn't matter.

Taking The Time To Watch Children Grow

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"I wish I took time to be with my children more when they were growing up."

Circumstantially, many parents struggle to juggle their responsibilities on top of their role to their children. They convince themselves that by working overtime, even missing their children's events is ultimately for their own good. But really no amount of extra money earned will ever measure up to the priceless moments we could have spent with our children.

In the blink of an eye, they go from children to adults and stop needing us. They get used to our absence. They never learn the value of family time because we didn't take the time to instill it in them. As parents, everything we do while our children grow up has the power to impact the people they become.

Revealing Feelings Without Fear

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"I wish I had the courage to express my feelings, without the fear of being rejected or unpopular."

The fear of rejection truly holds up back from going after our heart's desires. We get caught up in all the worst-case scenarios that we fail to take the risk and possibility live the best-case scenarios. But, isn't better to take a risk and at least find out how it plays out, then always wonder about what could have happened?

The person you ask out could reject you or could be the love of your life. The promotion you ask for could be dismissed or could be your next big break. The book you've always wanted to write could be laughed at or could be the next bestseller...You'll never know until you try.

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Staying Connected With Loved Ones

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"I wish I would have stayed in touch with friends and family."

People come in and out of your life for a reason but some people are meant to stay alongside you for most of the journey if enough effort is put in to maintain and nurture those bonds. It's easy for us to get so caught up in our lives that we stop taking the time to reach out. Yet relationships are just like muscles, they need to be worked out, cared for, and nurtured.

Even the strongest bonds need to be valued. Telling someone you love that you're thinking of them can go a long way. It's an equal give and take. H uman beings are wired to crave connections with another.

Surrendered To Forgivness

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"I wish I would have forgiven someone when I had the chance."

Holding grudges is exhausting. It keeps us trapped in a cycle of resentment and frustration. It often leads us to blame and holds us back from growth. With forgiveness, on the other hand, there is freedom. We finally let go of what no longer serves us and open ourselves up to moving forward.

Forgiveness is not only for the person being forgiven but for the person offering forgiveness. It releases both parties and frees up space within them to receive new and positive beginnings. Everyone makes mistakes, we're only human, and anyone that says otherwise isn't looking at the big picture.

Expressed To People How Valuable They Are

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"I wish I would have told the people I loved the most how important they are to me."

It's incredible how much of an impact we have the power to make on one another. Think of the butterfly effect, where every little action, as small as a butterfly flapping its wings, can have enough of a reaction that could trigger a tsunami across the world.

Little gestures, as small as smiling at a stranger, holding the door open, or even just saying thank you can make or break someone's day. These gestures have even more of an impact when shared between loved ones. Let the people know around you know how much you value them, how special they are, and how big of a role they play in this world while you still can.

Tapped Into Confidence Instead Of Fear

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"I wish I would have had more confidence and tried more things, instead of being afraid of looking like a fool."

Life is all about risk. If you think about it, we're constantly living in the unknown. We have no idea what tomorrow brings We barely have control over what the next moment looks like. So much of what creates our experience is dependent on circumstances and other people.

So, at the very least, why don't we take as much control as we can over the parts that are up to us? We make all kinds of excuses for why we can't make that move, get out of a relationship or try a new career instead of actually finding out what our lives could look like. We are ultimately the sole creator of our story, so the least we could do is put more effort and take risks to write our narrative.

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Leaving A Mark On The World

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"I wish I would have done more to make an impact in this world."

You would be surprised at how easy it is to make an impact in this world. All it takes is making an impact on one single person, who in turn will do it for another and before you know we all touch each other's lives, one way or another. To make a difference, you don't have to single-handedly change the world. But, you can start small. Help where you can, don't put it off because you're too tired or it's not the right time. When you see an opportunity take it, instead of leaving it for the next person.

Don't get caught up in an unmeaningful life. Every day is a new chance to make a difference, somewhere, somehow.

Pursuing Talents And Passions

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"I wish I would have pursued my talents and gifts."

The good news is no matter how much regret you may feel near the end of your life, at the very last moment, none of it will matter anymore:

"As a hospice worker, I’ve had the honor of being with many a soul as they’ve left their bodies. At the moment of death, with those who have any power of communication, regret seems a distant 'human' concept that really no longer applies. I recall a gentleman who woke just briefly enough from days-long unconsciousness to say his own earthly name with the most beautiful mix of love, compassion, and bemusement. He spoke it as one might speak to a newborn baby or beloved pet, with zero judgment, and certainly no regret, at just the moment he passed​" - Wendora15 / Reddit​

Taken Risks Instead Of Remaining Comfortable

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"I wish I would have experienced more, instead of settling for a boring life filled with routine, mediocrity, and apathy."

Let this be your reminder to live every day fully while you can, to write off any regrets, and to take risks and watch them pay off. But, at the end of the day, appreciate what you have done, how far you've come, and the incredible person that you are,

"In my experience though, despite their regrets, many of the dying seem to get a look in their eyes right at the very end, when I think they are finally realizing the futility of struggle and surrendering to what Is. Knowing there is nothing left to do. For a moment you know they have transcended the mind and are free." - receding / Reddit

Are You Living While You're Alive?

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