Unfortunately, over time, society has placed negative connotations on being The ability to bring life into the world isn’t a gift that should be taken lightly. Over the years society has confused the definitions.
How can a man express himself as a man if you deny him the simple actions that, in his mind, represent manliness.
Of course he knows you can do for yourself, how else would you have survived on earth or at least gotten to the date? If you are taking care of yourself as an adult should then you have every right to feel good about yourself.
These behaviors are mostly learned attitudes that have become bad habits.
A small shift in your belief system can alter how you interact and engage with men.
If you had a parent, or friend who displayed similar traits you might quickly lose interest in a close relationship with that person.
If you want to make your man feel like a man don’t take it as an insult if these behaviors don’t come naturally to you.
This shift however could make all the difference with how they interact with you.
Being a woman shouldn’t be associated with being weak.
Wanting to please your man or make the man you’re dating happy doesn’t make you any less of an alpha female. The idea that a woman should want to please her man is a need to maintain a healthy and peaceful relationship. Where I think the trouble lies is setting a boundary between pleasing and being a doormat.
When you start dating a man or in the early stages of a relationship the one thing that can set you apart is to make him feel like a man.
Being feminine could mean tapping into a quiet strength. Being so confident that you let your man take the lead, trusting in his ability to do so.