Dating strong independent woman
Yes, my life is gloriously full, AND I want a relationship. Before my divorce, I was more of a follower than a leader, more passive than active.
Unfortunately, many of the men I date don’t understand how that works. Now, I’m an independent homeowner, bill payer, business owner, single mom, and CEO of my life.
Amanda Chatel Amanda is a writer who divides her time between NYC and Paris.
She's a regular contributor to Bustle, Glamour, Mic, and Livingly.
Independence doesn’t mean I want to live alone for the rest of my life, doing everything for myself.
It doesn’t mean I can’t “time-slot” a man into my life, as some men have feared.
However apart from making their acquaintance here, it may be a mistake to suggest a date or even a coffee since these are primarily business venues.You’re afraid of the fact that on nights, when she’s been through hell, you might not even know it because she can take care of her own self; even if that means crying herself to sleep.She’s learned to pick herself up on her own, every time she falls down; and it’s an art to watch her do it.Thus if you frequent concerts, art galleries and auction houses, you are likely to come across independent women and if lucky even find a single among them.Be specific about a date Independent women usually have busy professional and social lives.