12 Reasons Why Independent Women Have A Harder Time Falling In Love

1. She can forget to let people be there for her.

Sh’es the first to say things like, “It’s fine,” or, “Don’t worry about it.” It’s because she is a natural problem solver, and it doesn’t occur to her to ask for someone’s opinion or thoughts before diving right in. When falling in love, you need to be able to open up and be vulnerable. And in order…

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