10 things strong women never tolerate

Ah, the strong woman. Every girl wants to grow up to be just like her and most men are too intimidated to approach her.

She knows what she deserves in life and won’t settle for less.

But no matter how classy or graceful she is, there are some things she simply won’t tolerate

Whether it’s disrespect, negativity, or any other form of toxicity, these things have no place in the life of a powerful and successful woman.

By following in her footsteps and refusing to tolerate these things, you too can elevate your life and become the confident, independent woman you’ve always wanted to be.

1. Disrespect

Respect is the foundation of any strong woman’s character. She recognizes the value in every person and holds their opinions and ideas in high esteem.

That’s why disrespect is simply not tolerated in her world.

Whether it’s a lack of regard for her own ideas or someone else’s, a strong woman won’t put up with it.

Disrespect is a red flag that indicates a complete lack of empathy and a self-centered attitude that has no place in her life.

When it comes to dating, a strong woman knows that how a man treats the waiter says a lot about his character.

If he’s rude or dismissive, she won’t hesitate to excuse herself and never look back. On the other hand, if he shows kindness and respect, he might just earn a second chance.

So remember, if you want to earn the respect and admiration of a strong woman, you must always show respect in return. Anything less simply won’t be tolerated.

2. Someone who doesn’t listen

A strong woman is confident in her intelligence and isn’t afraid to share her valuable insights.

But if you think you’re “too smart” to listen, you’re missing out on a wealth of knowledge and opportunity.

She’s constantly learning and growing, and she expects the same from those around her.

If you’re not willing to listen and learn, then you simply don’t deserve to be in her presence.

A strong woman knows the power of collaboration and teamwork. She values meaningful partnerships that build each other up and create success together.

She won’t settle for a one-sided relationship that leaves her feeling powerless.

So if you want to be in the company of a strong woman, be willing to learn, listen, and collaborate, because she’ll do the same for you.

3. Liars

A strong woman values honesty above all else. She speaks her mind, acts on her values, and expects the same in return.

If you’re not willing to be truthful, even about small things, she’ll see right through you.

If you want to impress her, be open and honest, even when it’s difficult. She’ll appreciate your authenticity and respect you for it.

But if you’re not willing to live up to her standards, she won’t waste her time on you. A strong woman has no patience for liars or those who lack integrity.

A strong woman values honesty not just in others, but in herself as well.

She knows that to live a truly authentic life, she must be truthful with herself and those around her.

If you can’t handle that level of honesty, then you’re not ready to be in her world.

4. Complainers

A strong woman doesn’t have time for complainers or those who constantly shift blame.

She’s been through the ups and downs of life, so she knows herself inside and out.

It takes a lot to rattle her, and if she does lose her cool, it’s for a damn good reason.

But when things don’t go as planned, she doesn’t play the blame game. Instead, she humbly takes action and works to create change.

And if something is beyond her control, she doesn’t waste time worrying about it.

A strong woman won’t tolerate constant complaints because she knows that dwelling on problems without taking action will only lead to a sense of powerlessness and victimhood.

5. Rudness

A strong woman has been through some tough times, so she knows what it’s like to struggle.

That’s why she treats everyone with the kindness she wished she had received in her darkest moments.

But make no mistake, she won’t put up with anyone who thinks they’re better than others and acts rudely.

If someone crosses that line, she won’t hesitate to call them out on their bad behavior.

A strong woman believes that treating others with kindness not only makes the world a better place, but also reflects positively on her own character.

She recognizes that everyone has their own struggles and challenges, and strives to be a source of support and positivity for those around her.

6. Fakeness

A strong woman has no tolerance for fakeness. She craves authenticity and genuine connections with others, which means she won’t put up with fake pretenses or false compliments.

She’s not interested in impressing others or seeking validation from external sources.

Instead, she values being true to herself and showing her emotions and thoughts without holding back.

In a world where social media often encourages people to fake their lives, a strong woman’s commitment to authenticity is truly refreshing.

We’ve all been there – caught up in the excitement of juicy gossip. But it’s time to break the cycle. Classy people know that gossiping is just another form of rudeness, and they won’t engage in it.

Spreading rumors and talking behind people’s backs is hurtful, immature, and a sign of insecurity. That’s why a strong woman will never participate in it.

7. Gossip

We’ve all been there – caught up in the excitement of juicy gossip. But it’s time to break the cycle.

Strong women know that gossiping is just another form of rudeness, and they won’t engage in it.

Spreading rumors and talking behind people’s backs is hurtful, immature, and a sign of insecurity. That’s why a strong woman will never participate in it.

Instead, she values meaningful conversations that uplift and inspire.

Take a page from Michelle Obama and Emma Watson’s book, and engage in activities that improve the lives of others. That’s true class.

8. Self-centeredness

Do you find people who constantly take selfies, think their way is the only way, or can’t stop talking about themselves annoying?

Well, you’re not alone! Strong women never behave like this.

They understand that being self-centered is not classy, and it’s not how you build meaningful relationships.

Instead, strong women are naturally thoughtful and considerate, always putting other people’s needs and feelings first.

Even if they’re exceptional individuals, they never act superior.


Because strong women know that mutual respect is crucial to forming strong relationships. By taking an interest in others, they create connections that last a lifetime.

9. Solely relying on luck

There’s no denying that luck comes into play when it comes to success.

But strong women know that you put yourself in a position to be lucky by putting in the work.

They don’t rely on luck. Instead, strong women show up and do the hard work first.

Afterward, good things will happen.

This is why strong women don’t tolerate relying exclusively on luck.

When you focus on giving your best effort in your job and your personal life, good luck no longer strikes as a form of salvation but a welcome bonus of good fortune.

According to Richard Wiseman, the author of the best-selling book, Luck Factor:

“My research revealed that lucky people generate good fortune via four basic principles. They are skilled at creating and noticing chance opportunities, make lucky decisions by listening to their intuition, create self-fulfilling prophesies via positive expectations, and adopt a resilient attitude that transforms bad luck into good.”

10. Being late

For strong women, punctuality is a sign of respect, so they always make sure to show up on time.

They see being late as a sign of disrespect – if you’re late, it sends the message that your time is more valuable than that of the people you’ve kept waiting.

Not only that, but coming to engagements or meetings late also shows a lack of discipline and organization.

So forget about being fashionably late. Show people the respect they deserve by arriving on time!

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Tina Fey

I'm Tina Fey, the founder of the blog Love Connection. I've extremely passionate about sharing relationship advice. I've studied psychology and have my Masters in marital, family, and relationship counseling. I hope with all my heart to help you improve your relationships, and I hope that even if one thing I write helps you, it means more to me than just about anything else in the world. Check out my blog Love Connection, and if you want to get in touch with me, hit me up on Twitter

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