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Finding a Confident, Successful Man to Date Making a Relationship Last Community Q&A Many studies have shown that the dichotomy between alpha males (who are strong, confident, dominant, assertive, and successful) and beta males (who are weak, hesitant, submissive, and less successful in life) is a false one.For years, my single friends and I consoled one another after breakups or blow-offs by employing reductive reasoning, repeating a misinformed, yet token girl power refrain: "He's probably just intimidated by you -- you're strong, smart and successful -- and that scares him." In the twenty-first century, women have come a long way.Given this growing ascendancy, one might surmise that men have started to feel emasculated, put off by financially independent, strong women who make their own way because of the fear they're losing value as men.Some people opine that men are less attracted to a woman who is on an equal or higher level when it comes to matters of the pocketbook or education, and that a successful woman should dumb herself down to get a man.
In reality, I think many men appreciate and admire women who are accomplished, and are not at all intimidated by their strength, intelligence and position in the workplace. Here's an excerpt of our conversation on this topic: Joshua Pompey: This is definitely a big issue in today's culture.
Not being reliant on a man is a positive movement for women in today's society.
In my opinion, all women should strive to achieve this.
In our relationships, we want to have equal input on situations showing that our opinions are valued.
We want to feel that we are being listened to and understood.
With that said, for the most part, men are not intimated by strong and successful women.