My curves make me attractive. My conversation makes me sexy. But, it’s my confidence makes me irresistible, and my intellect makes me insatiable. It’s my independence however, that make me desirable. Being an independent woman isn’t defined by having my own job, house, money or car. Nor does it mean that I don’t need a man. An independent woman is healthy, happy, whole and complete. I’m not waiting for a knight in shining amour to rescue me. I’m anticipating being loved by my husband unconditionally and wholeheartedly. As an independent woman I don’t depend on a man to define who I AM, but I anticipate him to compliment the woman that I AM.
Yes, I successfully operate alone. However, he and I can accomplish more together with him as my friend, my lover and my protector. I love myself, but the love of a man is still a part of my natural equation. I’m strong enough to bring a man stability, yet feminine enough to let him lead me. Because I’m an independent woman, I’m able to bring a man increase.
There’s nothing like the love, attention, adoring and affection of that special man. It brings a feeling of protection that only an independent woman can comprehend. I give life to his vision and nurture dreams, and within him I discover peace, safety and provision.
Being an independent woman simply means, I know my value. I don’t have to compete, comply or contend because I know who I Am and where I stand. As an independent woman I’m self-contained, not self-centered. My independence is not about separation, it’s all about inclusion and uniqueness. An independent woman is still a lady and appreciates the strength, power and chivalry of a man. An independent woman shouldn’t be considered a threat, invest in an independent woman; she will always be your best bet.
I’m proud to be an independent woman; I’m designed to be alluring, not to be intimidating with needs, just not dependencies.