17 Signs You Were Raised By An Independent Woman

People turn out the way they do because of their parents. We usually call people flexible, fun, warm, etc and we tend to forget that all of it is because they were raised in a certain way. When kids are raised by independent women, it is visible from the way they behave and deal with life. Here are a few signs you were raised by an independent woman:

#1. Since childhood, you understand the importance of doing things on your own.

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#2. No matter how much you cry, in the end, all the help you are getting is your own.

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#3. You do not let anyone tell you what to do since you already have a plan . 

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#4. You are never afraid to take the lead. 

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#5. In fact, you’ve often been called bossy and you don’t mind it a bit. 

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#6. You are never afraid of standing up for the things you believe in. 

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#7. You do not seek love as a priority because you understand that everything has a time and place. It will happen when it is supposed to happen. 

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#8. You are constantly told that you have very high standards about everything and that you don’t compromise. That is right, you don’t and that is a good thing. 

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#9. You are your own problem solver. 

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#10. In fact, your friends often come and take your help with all their issues since you are extremely sorted. 

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#11. You are a feminist and you say it with pride to anyone and everyone. 

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#12. Your main goal in life is to be self sufficient.

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#13. You do not like it when people pay for you. 

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#14. Confrontations don’t scare you one bit. 

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#15. You always wanted to be successful in life, even as a child.

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#16. Hard work doesn’t scare you at all. You know that you can do better if you push yourself. 

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#17. You enjoy your own company and need no one to complete you. 

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Yatri Ajabia

Yatri is an Associate Editor at Youth Connect. A Bibliophile, a traveler and a foodie, she loves coffee, books and cooking. Her love for literature and writing and acting keeps her high. She loves meeting new people and has this dream of knowing their stories. She wants to be an author someday. A die-hard Harry Potter fan and a film addict, she loves learning and teaching kids.


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