I Don’t Need A Man To Take Care Of Me




  1. I’m Independent Woman, I can take care of myself
  2. My Momma told me not to rely on a man to take care of me.
  3. I can’t find a man because I’m too picky.
  4. I’m too busy that’s why I’m single
  5. All the good ones are taken
  6. Men don’t want to commit any more
  7. A man has to make a certain amount of money to be with me
  8. I like unavailable men, it’s less complicated
  9. It’s hard to find a man who meets my standards
  10. Men are no good

Any of those Statement/Excuses sound familiar?


  1. Some of us have attitudes because we are angry about something that we’ve buried inside of us so we lash out at men which sabotaged the relationship.
  2. The feminist movement hurt some us because we focus too much on being competitive with men and less on how we can work together to build a better life, better community, better world for those coming up behind us.
  3. Some of our angry originated from the lack of a father, a father that was never home, or an abusive father.
  4. Unresolved anger from a previous relationship, if you don’t process what went wrong, forgive yourself and him then move on the cycle will continue.
  5. The statement “I don’t need a man” represents an unconscious fear you have of being in a relationship.

It’s okay to be an Independent Women who does not need a man to take care of them; you should be able to take care of yourself.  But remember the word Independent means alone.

There is nothing wrong with being alone if that is what you want but if the real truth that you are lonely. I know it’s hard to admit to your girlfriends that you are lonely but

I know it’s hard to admit to your girlfriends that you are lonely but there’s nothing wrong with if it’s the truth.

Sometimes you need help seeing what you can not see and your girlfriends don’t know how to tell you.


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