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10 Reasons Why Being a Strong Woman Is Nothing to Apologize For

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She's mighty. The fierce warrior. She smiles at challenges and laughs at danger. People that know her respect her, admire her, some may even fear her but they all have one thing in common. They look at her in awe.

The strong woman. This lady has her shit together in more ways than you can count and she never ceases to amaze you.   She's got it going on. She's been through hell and back and then back again and still stands tall. She smiles, she smirks, she loves and she's solid.

One thing will remain true time and time again. She will never apologize for being who she is. A strong woman, a warrior. Here are 10 reasons why you should never expect an apology from her for being who she is.

1. She'll love you with all she has.

When she loves you, she does it with every ounce of her heart. Unconditionally and sincerely. And if you abuse it or break her heart, you're done and she has no qualms about shutting the door on you. See ya.

2. She's got balls.

Oh yes, she certainly does. She isn't afraid to say or do something if it's something she truly believes in. She will be the first to get in and save or help someone from harm or abuse and then laugh it off the next day like it was nothing, because to her, it was nothing. Just another day.

3. It's called confidence, not cockiness.

She's uber confident and she knows it. Not in an egotistical sort of way either. She knows that she can do anything she sets her mind to and she will get it done. She's also not afraid to step out of her comfort zone either and try new things.

4. That's one smart cookie.

Oh yes, that's her. Super smart. Whatever she doesn't know, she'll find out. She won't back down from learning anything new either. She absorbs it all and is quite the sponge. She's eager to learn and share what she has learned too.

5. She has values.

And she isn't afraid to show you exactly what they are. The things she values, she does so genuinely and unabashedly. Mess with her values and you'll be sorry. She won't budge on them so don't even try.

6. She sets boundaries.

Not many, but she knows what's good for her and what isn't. She also knows what she wants and what she doesn't want. Like her values, her boundary lines can't be crossed. Everyone should follow suit. This way no one can treat you like a doormat.

7. She loves adventure.

Adventure to her is a challenge that just makes her stronger. She'll ask you to join her but if you can't then she'll go alone and she has no fear of doing that either. She's on a mission to seek out adventure, with or without you. If you go, it'll just add to the fun.

8. She's fiercely independent and there's nothing to apologize about for that.

She has no trouble being a one woman show if she has to be and if you plan on being part of her life, don't even bother trying to fit in her back pocket.   Give her breathing room and don't worry. She won't forget about you. Sometimes she just likes to do things her way on her time when she's ready.

9. The softer side of her.

Yes she's tough as nails and scares even the biggest and bravest of men. She's also got a bit of a soft side to let you know that she is, in fact, a woman. If she trusts you enough, she'll let you side. But trust is key here. She must have trust to show you that.

10. She can definitely lead the troops.

She's a natural leader and who doesn't love a true leader that's not only fierce and beautiful, but confident and loving? Yes she knows how to lead with true grace and confidence. And you will be happy to have her as a leader. That isn't anything to ever apologize for.

Strong women can be very intimidating to most. The weak are usually scared of the strong but their fears come from a place of feeling inferior. No one should feel like this and anyone can be a strong woman, or a strong man.   Believe in yourself, your values, set boundaries and kick ass.

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Steven Aitchison

Steven Aitchison is the author of The Belief Principle and an online trainer teaching personal development and online business.  He is also the creator of this blog which has been running since August 2006.