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14 Reasons Why It Takes A Strong Woman To Handle A Scorpio Partner
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10 Reasons Why Dating A Headstrong, Confident Girl Is The Best Decision You'll Ever Make
The Scorpio sign is associated with a plethora of bold personality traits — being headstrong, domineering and controlling, to name a few. It takes an equally headstrong woman — who is content with herself and her own life — to thrive in a relationship with a Scorpio partner. This sign is not for the faint of heart. But for the strong-willed and determined individual, there are many reasons why they can make for an excellent match. Scorpios are constantly searching for new ways to think about the world around them.
Being a strong-willed woman is often associated with the following traits: bossy, headstrong, confident, stubborn, assertive, independent, demanding, hot-headed, and even bitchy. To her, that's exactly what she wants to be. This kind of woman is sure of herself and takes matters into her own hands, without pausing to care about what other people think of her. She sees herself as a feminist and trailblazer, working towards the greater good for herself and the people around her. She doesn't always behave and never fits into stereotypical roles nor does she want to.