6 Things Strong, Single And Independent Women Never Do

Being strong and independent doesn’t just mean you have your own apartment and you’re not depending on your parents. That’s not the point. It’s what you carry inside that matters. It’s the way you think and the way you act. You can be alone and proud of it. You don’t need anyone’s help and you don’t seek it. You know that you are more than capable of doing anything you wish and no one and nothing can stop you. Strong and independent women won’t seek approval in meaningless relationships … [Read more...]

Simple Strategies For Becoming More Independent

As a woman, it’s not always easy to get on your own two feet in a world that seems to be kinder toward men. What you need are strategies for becoming more independent and the self-assurance that you’ll be okay alone if you have to be. Being independent doesn’t mean you have to go through life all on your own, but that you’re willing and able to make decisions based on your individual logic and reasoning. You aren’t afraid to go against the crowd and do what’s best for you when you’re … [Read more...]

Solitude is to be Embraced, not Feared – WOMEN in RECOVERY

Loneliness is marked by a sense of isolation. Solitude, on the other hand, is a state of being alone without being lonely and can lead to self-awareness. Solitude is a state of seclusion or isolation, i.e., lack of contact with people. It may stem from bad relationships, deliberate choice, infectious disease, mental disorders, neurological disorders or circumstances of employment or situation. Short-term solitude is often valued as a time when one may work, think or rest without … [Read more...]

Ness: A Mother’s Story

  Ness: A Mother's Story A brief history. ...    I divorced a few years ago now, my husband was an alcoholic gambler.   "We had two beautiful daughters who are now 18 and 21. The eldest went off to university and returned 3 years later with an honours degree. The youngest (being most like her father) hated me for divorcing her dad and chose to live with him. Four years on, she has finally seen the light that her father stands in, for what it is...but this isn't a story about him...it's about … [Read more...]

Ness: A Mother's Story

  Ness: A Mother's Story A brief history. ...    I divorced a few years ago now, my husband was an alcoholic gambler.   "We had two beautiful daughters who are now 18 and 21. The eldest went off to university and returned 3 years later with an honours degree. The youngest (being most like her father) hated me for divorcing her dad and chose to live with him. Four years on, she has finally seen the light that her father stands in, for what it is...but this isn't a story about him...it's about … [Read more...]

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