Women are undoubtedly some of the bravest, strongest, and most resilient individuals in the world. They possess immense potential and are capable of achieving anything they set their minds to. Women are the keepers of culture, the superheroes of everyday life, and are undoubtedly magical. Read on Behaviors by Women That Can Be Disappointing.
We do believe in them.
However, there is always that one woman who continually disappoints us. She could be anyone – Laura, Mariam, Sandra, or Manar. She is the woman who fails to take control of her life, the one who plays the victim or accepts being one. She believes that beauty is her superpower and her only message. This woman does not know how to say “Enough” and is never strong enough to hit back when life hits her hard. Instead, she spends an hour in front of the mirror before leaving her house, searching for external validation and societal approval.
This woman is insecure and too dependent on others, afraid to live her life on her terms. She accepts the societal norms and fabrications imposed upon her, never questioning them. Her fear, shallowness, narrow-mindedness, and clinginess hold her back from fulfilling her true potential. She is unable to use the word “No” and doesn’t know where she stands in her own life as she is too busy worrying about where she stands in other people’s lives.
Behaviors by Women That Can Be Disappointing:
The woman who never knows how to take control of her life.
The woman who plays the victim or accepts to be the victim.
The woman who thinks that beauty is her superpower.
The woman who believes that her beauty is her message.
The woman who never knows how to say “Enough”.
The woman who says life hits me hard but is never strong to hit back.
The woman who needs 60 minutes mirror boost before leaving home.
The woman who is too insecure to live without society’s approval.
The woman who accepts to be a product elaborated by society’s fabrics.
The woman who is fearful, shallow, narrow-minded, clingy, and too dependent.
The woman who doesn’t use the word “No.”
The woman who never knows where she stands in her own life because she is busy wondering where she stands in other people’s life.
The woman who goes to a weaker strategy when approaching men.
The woman who thinks that marriage is the ultimate purpose in life.
The woman who has a total misunderstanding about what makes a real woman.
The woman who never knows how to stop a man from abusing her.
The woman who confuses being confident with being arrogant.
The woman who confuses success with popularity.
The woman who struggles to stand up after she falls.
The woman who thinks that money and status are what makes a true man.
The woman who doesn’t make peace with her past.
The woman who has a pathetic lifestyle.
The woman who uses marketing strategies to promote herself.
The woman who believes in the power of the plastic revolution.
The woman who creates her own drama.
The woman who believes in quantity over quality.
The woman whose character changes when men are around.
The woman who wants to fit in.
The woman who never knows how to walk alone.
The woman who messes things up because she doesn’t know what she wants.
The woman who wears heels higher than her IQ.
The woman who goes with the flow.
The woman who thinks that being a woman is being the weaker sex.
The woman who doesn’t enjoy being a woman.
To the tribe of women, we call magic:
However, to the tribe of women we call magic, we are not here to dictate a particular behavior or lifestyle. Instead, we are here to tell you to love yourself, be yourself, believe in who you are, and know your worth. You are capable of achieving anything you desire, and you possess a limitless potential that knows no bounds.
You are the superheroes of your life and possess an inherent magic that radiates from within. You don’t need societal validation or external validation to prove your worth. You are enough, just the way you are. Celebrate your strengths, embrace your weaknesses, and learn from them. Walk with confidence, hold your head up high, and know that you are a force to be reckoned with.
Being a woman is a blessing, not a curse. Embrace your femininity, and enjoy the uniqueness that comes with being a woman. You are powerful, and you are capable of achieving anything you set your mind to.