Never feel bad

If you know a confident woman, you might have wondered how they came to be so self-assured.

The answer is simple. These women have learned 11 key lessons that shape their character and help them move through the world with self-belief, integrity, and determination.

If you sat a confident woman down and asked her to pass on her wisdom, she’d tell you the following:

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1. You are so much more than your appearance.

Let’s face it – we all like to look good, and there’s nothing wrong with that.

Unfortunately, lots of us have been told that a woman’s appearance is more important than her personality, beliefs, and actions.

Strong, confident women take a healthy pride in their looks, but they know that they have a lot more to offer the world than a pretty face or attractive shape.

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2. The first person you have to care for is yourself.

Many women believe that they have to put their own needs aside.

They think that they must make their partners, children, extended family, friends, and even colleagues a priority over their own self-care.

Confident women know that it’s perfectly OK to take time for yourself.

If someone tries to make you feel guilty for taking care of yourself, they aren’t worth your time.

We all deserve an opportunity to relax and recharge.

3. You don’t need to rely on anyone else for happiness.

When you look to other people for happiness, you give away your power.

For example, if you depend on the approval of your friends to make you happy, you’ll soon become miserable if they move away or end the friendship.

On the other hand, if you know how to entertain and validate yourself, you will never have to cling to others again.

This means that you can afford to cut ties with toxic people and lead a healthier, happier life.

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4. You can find satisfaction in your career as well as your relationships.

Women tend to place a lot of emphasis on their relationships, especially romantic and sexual partnerships.

It’s natural, as a human being, to look for companionship and love.

However, it’s never healthy to focus solely on your relationships at the expense of other areas of your life.

Make it a goal to chase professional satisfaction along with a great relationship.

Remember, high-quality men don’t find relationship-obsessed women that attractive anyway.

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5. If your relationship ends, it doesn’t mean you are defective, ugly, or weak.

Don’t fall into the trap of assuming that a failed relationship means that you are undesirable or destined to be alone.

Some relationships just don’t work out.

Two people can be kind, attractive, smart – and simply incompatible!

This principle also applies to friendships.

Take a moment to feel grateful for the good times, give yourself time to heal, then find someone else who is a better fit for you.

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