Strong women would rather be alone than waste their lives on immature a$$holes
The headstrong and self-sufficient woman — one who knows her worth can never be devalued — is one of the great paragons of femininity in our society.
They know what they want and they aren't afraid to work for it. On the flipside, they know what they don't want and won't get suckered into settling for less.
Case in point? Strong women will almost always choose to be single rather than compromise by dating a jerk.
Sure, there are certain "bad boy traits" that many women find attractive, as Psychology Today notes, like extraversion, impulsivity, and an openness to new experiences.
These traits alone don't make a true jerk, however, and as the magazine also points out, most of the men who receive that negative label are really just emotionally unavailable and afraid of commitment.
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This is what a strong woman truly cannot abide — a man who cannot devote himself to being in a relationship.
While there are some women who may fall for the "you want what you can't have" schtick, a woman who knows her true worth won't put up with it, for a host of excellent reasons.
The primary reason is that high level of inner confidence. Strong women know who they are, and they don't need a man or a relationship to help define that.
They will give their own emotions priority, stay authentic regardless of the situation, and won't put up a front for anyone.
Which leads into the second reason strong women will pick being alone over being with a jerk — because they aren't afraid of a bit of temporary loneliness.
They know true happiness comes from within, so they don't need to waste their time chasing after someone who can't provide even a modicum of emotional stability.
And this all culminates in the final point — strong women know that a relationship isn't supposed to be something to cling to avoid being alone.
Relationships are about a true connection with two people who are compatible and complementary in their personalities.
Why, then, would they demean their self-worth by wasting their time on someone who doesn't feel the same?
They wouldn't of course, which is why strong women feel so comfortable going their own way until the right partner comes into their lives.
In the interim, they'll focus on improving themselves and finding happiness in whatever else appeals to them — a life philosophy that would benefit just about anyone.
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