Dating strong successful women
When the topic of dating comes up, these women lament that they can't find strong, successful men to date, that they are tired of dating men they can walk all over, that they want men to stand up and take the reins.
They are usually ones who enjoy less “high maintenance” types of women and doing things for them out of desire rather than out of obligation or need.It read, “When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child.When I became a man, I put childish ways behind me.” I never gave it much thought, after all I was a child and as a child you can do just about anything.” Knowing that this is a loaded question, I usually find some politically correct answer that seems to pacify them for the moment and move on. Not trying to speak for the entire single Christian male population, I’ve done some smaller-scale research and have come up with some non-scientific results in order to help women to better understand guys, as well as attempt to educate some men out there, if willing.Attraction and Admiration Many men are actually attracted to and admire women who are independent, self-assured, and established, no matter what some of you may think.A man who may seem to be intimidated by a stronger woman is in reality may just be “turned-off” due to a desire or preference for the “old fashioned” type of girl.
Granted, the person that he meets may be that type of girl, but has just had to fend for herself over the years.
Being with an independent woman can expose weaknesses or challenge a man’s abilities in the skills that she knows, thus injuring his ego.
They may look at women like this as threatening to their manhood and cause them to run. Nobody wants to be shown up by others, and our society has made it a weakness for a guy to not be able to do something better than a woman.
Men who are drawn to independent, successful women usually fit into either of two categories.
They are either themselves independent, self-assured, and established, or they are very dependent, unsure of themselves and basically “mama’s-boy” (looking for someone to take care of them).
They are fine the way they are, and they don’t need a man in their life – no matter what they may say.