She will tend to perceive you as more of a challenge and call when she wants to show you affection again. Independent women usually are attracted to men who are just as successful as they are.This means you should feel self-confident about your job, financial situation and life before introducing her to it.We want to know that you see us as an equal and that you respect us enough to argue back. Listen guys, we’re not damsels in distress or princesses who need saving. We are so used to doing everything for ourselves, that even if we know you can do it better than we can, we will not ask for help and we will not accept help.Plus, with all of that passion…just think how hot the sex will be (put that in the pros column! Eventually, over time, as we learn to trust you we will ssslllooooooowly start to accept help. OK, so far dating an independent woman sounds about as fun as getting a root canal on your birthday, doesn’t it? But if you are dating an independent woman, I’m sure she is someone who is also ambitious, strong, empowered, inspiring and free. These are just some of (the nice) words used to describe independent women.Support and encourage an independent woman by becoming part of her life and adding to it, instead of attempting to squash her independence.She may challenge you or may use you as a sounding board for her endeavors. Send her an email with a date and time asking her what her schedule looks like. Pin down solid plans for her with solid ideas for things to do. One of the biggest mistakes men make is to strip away a woman's independence by calling her names such as, "hottie," "babe," or "chick" on a date.
It takes a guy with extreme patience, and extreme balls, to handle dating an independent woman. This isn’t a conscious choice—we’re just not used to including others in our decisions or plans, not at first anyway. This is more so in the beginning, but it’s true even years into a relationship.
Independent women are fun, intelligent, and know how to take care of themselves.
An independent woman is a catch because she can help you grow as a person, will not be needy, has enough self-esteem to have her own life, and understands your need for space as well.
While years down the road we may not need as much space, we still require a fair amount of time away from the person we are dating/married to. This may or may not have anything to do with past events or relationships, but just understand it’s how we’re built.
If we do trust you, cherish that gift and don’t blow it!
I don’t mind sharing my time or my space, but I also desperately need my own time and space. I enjoy spending time with the person(s) I’m dating. If I’m in a relationship with someone, I will absolutely make time for that person in my life, without question.