You do things your way, and people either love that quality in you, or they hate it.
Either way, you don’t care and you’ll continue to march to the beat of your own drum.
Now please, please don’t interpret this as blaming men’s anger on women, who participate in but did not create the validation dynamic. If you feel you’re worthy and deserving of those things, you go out confidently and ask for them.You’re a realist when the situation calls for it, but you also dream big – bigger than most people – and that’s what’s so great about you.You’re well aware that if you don’t dream big, you’ll be stuck in a mediocre life. To others, you’re the girl who can’t get knocked down.You don’t have a boyfriend for the sake of having one, or out of fear that you’ll be judged if you’re single for too long – you’d rather wait until you find someone who You’re one of a kind. You believe that you have the power to achieve anything you want to achieve in this life, and nobody can say anything to change your mind or deter you.You don’t need to fit in, and you don’t feel the urge to please others all the time. Because you don’t need validation from others that you’re doing the right thing or saying the right thing – you just want to be yourself. If somebody tells you that you can’t do something, it only drives you to push to succeed even more.At the end of the day, the opinion of others won’t ruin your mood or break you, and that’s ultimately what will keep you succeeding in life. Part of your allure is that you only let select people into your life.You don’t have a whole slew of girlfriends to keep up appearances – you only have a select few genuine friendships.You’ll never apologize for who you are just because you don’t always do things their way.It’s likely you’ve met many people who appreciate the way you are, and you know that there will always be a new job, a new boss and a new man who will love all the things about you that someone else was too short-sighted to see.Men and women both are 100% responsible for their own actions. If you feel you’re not, you either go without or go with force and take them.3. When men compete, it’s not only to win the contest; it’s also to impress the woman who’s watching.But the anger men feel is real, and we can learn a lot by examining how a lack of self-respect influences male behavior.♦◊♦I believe lack of male self-respect explains several things.1. Plain and simple: if you don’t respect yourself, how can you respect others? Movies show us that the hero—the star athlete, the guy who goes from rags to riches, Bruce Willis in 4. If men are so definite and decisive in business, why are they seen as wishy-washy when it comes to committed relationships?