15 Things Strong Women Always Do ( But Never Talk About)

Strong women are not only strong, but also known for their ability to articulate what they need and think precisely and loudly.  They are far more subtle than they appear, and there is far more in their words and thoughts than other women can understand.

Here are 15 things that strong women always do, but rarely or never talk about:

1. They are impeccable planers

They know that making plans and sticking with them is the key to success.  Any strong woman sets daily, weekly, monthly, and annually goals and keeps them on track.

2. Lack of planning displeases them

Given that they are impeccable planners and great in mapping things out, lack of planning and disorganization displeases them.  So, never expect a strong woman to jump at a last-minute plan and offer.

3. They already have enough friends

While strong women are always open for new friendships and meeting new people, they certainly don’t have the need for it.  They have a large circle of friends and social network, so adding new people to this network is not necessary for them, unless they can benefit from it.

4. They are extremely confident

Strong women are extremely self-confident and never seek the attention of others as they simply don’t need it. Although this trait often shocks people, they really don’t bother with their attention, viewpoint, or opinion about them.

5. They are extremely accepting human beings

Strong women are familiar with their strengths and weakness and fully aware of the fact that we all have flaws.  With this being said, it`s no wonder that they are extremely accepting.

6. They love being single, but are always open to the idea of a relationship

Being single is completely fine for strong women; they could go through life like that and still end up fulfilled and happy. However, this doesn’t mean that are not open for the idea of a relationship. They are ready to “surrender” as long as the circumstances seem promising.

7. Their circle of CLOSE friends is very small

Although strong women are surrounded by many people and involved in large social network, their circle of close friends is relatively small.  But, they can be sure that they ones they have on their side are 100% loyal to them.

8. They stand- up for themselves

Strong women stand-up for themselves when they suffer an injustice, whether it is related to their opinions, beliefs, words, actions, or morals. They are known for their ability to put people in their place when needed .

9. They terrify men who are insecure

Strong women terrify men who are insecure, and for a very good reason. Strong women demonstrate high levels of confidence and honesty, and insecure men simply cannot deal with them.

10. They are true feminists

“Others have said it before me. If you don’t have a seat at the table, you’re probably on the menu. And so it is important that we have women in the United States Senate – strong women, women who are there to help advance an agenda that is important to women. “- Elizabeth Warren

11. Strength is in their blood

“I was raised by strong women, and that DNA is in my daughter and wife.”- Dwayne Johnson

12. They praise other strong women

“I love and really respect strong women. I’m obsessed with Scarlett Johansson and Drew Barrymore and Penelope Cruz. They are just really incredibly strong-willed, intelligent females in the industry. “Vanessa Hudgens

13. They are excellent managers and supervisors

As Sophia Bush said, women are the ones who run the house, run the family, and hold things up.

14. They promote strength in other women

“My family has very strong women. My mother never laughed at my dream of Africa, even though everyone else did because we didn’t have any money, because Africa was the ‘dark continent’, and because I was a girl.”- Jane Goodall

15. They enjoy making the first move

Strong women are not afraid to make the first move and approach a man when they believe that the man is worth their time and effort.

Source:

http://ewao.com/2017/09/18/15-things-strong-women-always-do-but-never-talk-about/