Being Single Dating Love Positive Thinking Relationships

Strong Mind, Brave Heart

The advice I give is for women. I know, I know… “It’s not only men who cheat/lie/abuse” etc. Yeah, yeah that’s true. But I myself am a woman, so I speak to other women and I know how we feel. Men can take it this advice too if they like. But my advice is from one woman’s point of view to another.


I LOVE women. In my opinion, we’re the best! Women are beautiful creatures who are so sensitive they have the ability to read other people’s minds. Our sensitivity is a great thing. That’s why we’re the ones who get to carry a child inside us for 9 months! We get hardest job because in truth, WE are the stronger gender! Our sixth sense tells us when something’s not right, when someone is lying, when someone is upset and it is a great gift.

However our sensitivity can also cause some damage to ourselves. We give a second chance to liars, we try to help abusive partners and we blame ourselves when we’re cheated on.

Between the ages of about 15 – 30 women are still trying to work it all out. You really do need to kiss a lot of frogs and learn from your mistakes before you can find the right man for you. How are you going to know what you want without encountering the things that you don’t want? In these important years some people learn quickly and can be settled, happily married with a family by the time they get to thirty. Yey for them! But we do not all learn at the same pace.


Some people, and this includes myself, make the same mistake again and again and again. It gets embarrassing to the point that you can’t even be honest about it with your closest friends. It’s a very dark and lonely path to go down when you stop learning from your mistakes.


My aim is to help women who are stuck in a rut. Having the same problems day in, day out, with the same partner, different partners or with no partner at all. Do you feel like things will never change for you? That it’s just the way it’s meant to be or your just one of those people that can’t find happiness? Read on my friend.

By Hannah Jones

Hannah is a Manchester based writer who has spent many years studying and working in the field of journalism and psychology. Hannah enjoys swimming, meditation and dog walking. Her favourite quote is, 'If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you.'