Are You an Untamed Woman Who Runs Free?
For the last blog of the year, I thought I’d let some of my wise and astute readers speak up. I posted this on Facebook recently…
Quote from “Sex and the City”:
”Maybe some women aren’t meant to be tamed. Maybe they just need to run free until they find someone just as wild to run with them.”
I asked my readers what it meant to them and how men could learn from this, and I got some great answers I’d like to share with you.
“It means you have to just wait for the one that can handle you …the real you.”
“I think it means you have to accept yourself as you already are. Don’t change for the man just because he can’t keep up with you… And men, don’t expect the woman to be someone she’s not, just because she may not be right for you doesn’t mean she’s not right for somebody else exactly as she is right now.”
“She is wildish and natural…the essence of all that is feminine. All women are wild in their nature…it is our birthright. A man is to love his wild, untamable woman as much as he loves her curled like a purring kitten who never wants to leave his warm side, until she does…”
“Each and every female is wild and untamed in their own individual way.
Means different things to different women.
I am… me.
For me… today.
If not… move on, brother.
P.S. It goes both ways”
“Dining in a beautiful beach side lounge one night, a well-meaning woman that my man and I had begun chatting with asked if we were newlyweds. We laughed because people usually think we are – even though we’ve been together for years. She point blank looked at him and said, “You need to lock that down. You should really ask her to marry you and lock it down.” I thought it was funny, but his response made me fall even more in love with him. He said, “Why would I want to lock her down, why would I want to lock her to anything? She is a free spirit and I love enjoying her just as she is….” THAT is what it (your post/quote) means (to me): to have my partner be someone who gets me and my wild untamed passionate lifestyle and doesn’t tolerate it, but instead celebrates it and celebrates me.”
“A documentary that shared some of the qualities shared by long lasting relationships stated “adventure” as a quality this study found in successful relationships. So, if you can find someone with a similar desire for fun, sharing new experiences, I think that would up your chance of success!”
For the record, I think every woman is wild and free and should not be tamed by a man. She should be protected, loved, and cherished for exactly who she is and who she chooses to become.
This is the last blog for 2014, and I would like to thank you for allowing me on your computer screen this past year. I have shared my ups, downs, and all arounds, and I’ve celebrated, cried, and commiserated with you. That is a sacred honor that I take very seriously. I look forward to seeing you on my Facebook page or in my email inbox next year.
Please have a happy New Year, and I will see you later!
lady lee says
Just stumbled across this article, and i love the responses from all the women!
I am 33, mother of two, from 2 failed relationships. I have had, uhm, well… a number of relationships and partners, and none seem to have work.
For some reason i usually attract the broke, liars and cheaters. I tend to give more than i am willing to receive, in all areas, and as a result, i always end up getting taken advantage of.
I tend to get bored quickly in relationships, and when things seem to get too serious, I RUN! I am very opionated and find it hard to let a man take the lead.
What is the psychology behind this behaviour?