Women Embrace Your Truths

1. Never Give Up on Your Dreams

It is okay to help your man achieve his dreams but never ever give up on your own.

Your dreams are just as important as his dreams.

It is okay to encourage him to achieve his ultimate goals but do not lose sight of your own dreams and goals.

2. Do Not Drastically Change Your Look For Others

It is okay to make subtle changes to your look because you want to try different things or to keep your man interested.

But never change yourself by plastic surgery or other drastic means just to get a man’s attention.

Do it for yourself!

3. Balance Your Relationships with Family and Friends

Spending time with your family and friends should not end because of a relationship.

Balance your time to spend it with your man as well as your friends and family.

4. Do Not Downplay Your Strengths and Talents

Do not downplay your strengths and talents in order to boost your man’s ego. Share your talents and show your strength.

5. Never Compromise Your Morals and Values

If you are uncomfortable doing something, don’t do it. A man will respect you if you respect yourself.

Do not compromise your morals and values.

Then the Lord God made a woman from the rib, and he brought her to the man.

Genesis 2:22 (NLT)

Embrace Your Truths

Author's Bio: 

Latorria Pier is an author, student at Christian Leaders Institute and founder of Special's Quality Care Centers. Her organization is a Christian based non- profit organization that works diligently through many volunteer efforts to empower women and families to initiate personal and social change. She is the author of “Turn My Life Around” Discovering Your Purpose; a 365 day devotional book that helps women discover their divine purpose. She is passionate about empowering and inspiring women to seek their divine purpose within their greatest pain. She is a frequent blogger with Word press as her main selection. She is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in divinity at Christian Leader’s Institute and plans to continue her work in ministry. Latorria believes that through her pain and sorrow, God has prepared her to share His word with others in a way that was made just for her. She allows her testimony to serve as an example of how God can turn a negative experience into something positive.