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Do you recall being a little girl and announcing to the world that you wanted to be a singer or a mommy or a veterinarian? You had such confidence in yourself that all everyone around you could do was smile and encourage you. At some point, as you grew and matured, things began to change.
Life's experiences wore away at some of your confidence. Over time, you became more confused and less certain of yourself. You weren't quite sure who you wanted to be or thought you should be. The school of life has taught you some important lessons that have led you to learn that you have some work to do on your character before you are truly the person you desire to be. As you're growing into womanhood, you're coming into your own. You're ready to build on the foundation of your being and transform into the woman you always wanted to be.
Your life is a beautiful work in progress, and there are miles of character building to go. In an article in Psychology Today called "13 Mistakes Mentally Strong Women Don't Make," author Amy Morin states that recognizing your bad habits is the first step to changing yourself. Working to improve your character is a quality that should be admired in its own right. Be aware that women can reach a solid level of confidence. However, the perception of a woman's confidence won't necessarily be perceived in the workplace to the degree that it gives them any prestige or influence, according to this study.
That shouldn't be a reason to prevent you from becoming the woman you know you can be. To get started, take a look at the following 15 characteristics of a good woman to help you find a starting point:. When you think of nurturing, perhaps you think of a mother nurturing her children.
Nurturing entails love and kindness, but it's much more than that. It has to do with supporting and encouraging others. The word nurturing is often used when training or educating someone. It has to do with feeding someone. Food can be the type that you eat to nourish your body, or it can be spiritual food or some other type of non-food nourishment. Nurturing also encompasses protection as in protecting someone as they're developing.
If someone has told you that they forgive you, it's usually pretty easy to tell whether the forgiveness is genuine. A forgiving woman is sincere in forgiving others. She doesn't keep a record of wrongs. She doesn't bring up the hurtful past. She refrains from criticizing or cajoling others, even when they make mistakes. Before she lays her head down to sleep for the night, she lets go of hurtful feelings, so only good thoughts invade her subconscious, and she wakes up feeling refreshed. To have empathy for another person is to be able to feel what someone else feels.
Being able to share feelings and experiences with another person connects people more closely. An empathetic woman is a good listener. She is also highly sensitive, so be careful not to overwhelm her with your own emotions and burdens. When they've been hurt or embarrassed, it's a natural reaction to want to strike back for many people.
A good woman is quick to turn the other cheek when someone has hurt her. She does her best to learn what she can from the situation and move forward without malice in her heart. We live in a world where everything happens faster than in the past. That makes it doubly hard for women to be patient. A great woman doesn't insist that what she wants has to happen right now. She patiently waits for the right timing, and she does it without complaining or worrying excessively about the future. Jealousy can rear its ugly head in romantic relationships, in our families, and even at the workplace.
Having feelings of jealousy makes others uncomfortable, whether it's over a partner or someone else's accomplishments. Other people see jealousy as an unattractive quality. Having feelings of jealousy is a challenging characteristic to change because it bears such strong emotions. A great woman can find a little humor even in the toughest situations. This doesn't mean that she tells raucous jokes at insensitive times. It just means that she's able to navigate her way through stressful or uncomfortable situations and see the lighter side of things. In doing so, she brings out the good in herself and everyone around her.
A great woman is faithful to her partner as we'd expect that everyone should be. Being a faithful woman also means being a faithful daughter, sister, and friend. A faithful woman is true to her words and actions. She doesn't falter. She doesn't stray from the things she knows are right. A few encouraging words can go a long way. We all have times where we need a little extra push. A great woman recognizes those times and is always willing to lift others. Once in a while, we all need gentle reminders to hang in there and not give up.
An encouragement takes the opportunity to get us through the weeds. We live in a world of abundance. It's easy to take that for granted and give in to being materialistic. A grateful woman doesn't long for more of this or that. She is thankful for her material possessions, whether they are old or new. She is thankful for her friends, her family, her home, and her career. A loyal woman doesn't waiver when it comes to being true to herself and others. She doesn't change her opinions of issues or people on a whim.
She doesn't say one thing with one group and then entirely changes her opinions with another group. She knows who she is and what is important to her. She'll have your back even when it's the unpopular thing to do. A great woman doesn't envy who others are or envy what they have. She's content with who she is and what she has. Being envious of others will only distract you from being your best self. She doesn't need the latest gadget or the biggest, most elaborate house. We all go through worrisome times, but a great woman can have a little fun despite it.
She doesn't need to be a comedienne or the laugh of the party. She's spontaneous and happy to make the most of everything, even when things aren't going great. It doesn't take much to make her smile, and having fun is contagious. A great woman likes to help other people out. She enjoys rolling up her sleeves and pitching in, whether it's helping a charity further its cause or lending a hand to a friend or neighbor in need. She gives out of the goodness of her heart and never expects anything in return.
Charitable women never become weary of doing good. Good women don't rest on their laurels. When a challenge comes their way, they're ready to tackle it head-on. It matters less whether they meet or overcome challenges than just being willing to step out of their comfort zones and try something new.
A great woman also challenges her partner to be the best that they can be as well.10 characteristics of a good woman
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