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It’s strange: In struggling, I sometimes found myself trying to do is more explicit; it’s acting in a cute, flirty way, usually with funny faces, shrugging one’s shoulders and shaking one’s head in a child-like way, or often answering questions in a higher-pitched voice.
on the other hand is acting coy, not being outright honest. I found myself — hard as I tried, it just wasn’t in me). I even gave him hand-made chocolate on Valentine’s Day.
I thought it more a fantasy of men who craved unequal power relations with their girlfriends than a reality.I’m still learning about how to balance society’s demands on women and my internal traits.However, now I know I don’t need to suppress my ‘girlish’ impulses in trying to be an independent woman.I finally had an answer to the question I had first posed in my early twenties: My outgoing personality, which attracted men, was not an obstacle to developing stable relationships.I had never been the problem; I was fine the way I was in my entirety, whether independent, outgoing or girlish, and I could express myself fully if I was given space, without judgment.
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It’s Valentine’s Day, and I am enjoying making chocolate on my own.