For I know they have the most fragile ego, that you can prick easily and hurt them for good.
When it comes to dating, alpha females are one of a kind. They either forcefully walk a man into marriage earlier on in life (between 24-27), since they prefer leading scripted lives or go on searching for that perfect mate until menopause beckons and they pick any man who shows up.
When I'm out and about talking to singles, I often meet a lot of women who I would consider to be "Alpha females": opinionated, successful, dominant, like to be in control, strong personality.
When the topic of dating comes up, these women lament that they can't find strong, successful men to date, that they are tired of dating men they can walk all over, that they want men to stand up and take the reins.
I listen to their dating stories about seemingly all-around decent men who just don't measure up to who and what they are searching for.
I see these women fighting against their very nature, the core of who they are.
" The best analogy that I've heard on the topic of self-acceptance and finding a compatible partner was from a man taking part in a dating panel. As a woman, you have to decide what kind of farmer you want to be and be honest with what type of farmer you are.I get that women's ascendancy in the working world has perhaps made the fairer sex more aggressive and "masculine," but I also see plenty of women in high-level positions who demonstrate more "feminine" qualities in the workplace.So could it be that many of these strong-minded women just happen to naturally be more dominant types?She often rubs men the wrong way, and men, especially at her work place, have learned to keep a safe distance from her, if only to maintain world peace.Where alpha males are cocky and annoying, alpha females are snooty and condescending. I generally disregard people who behave like they are the force of gravity. By alpha, I mean a woman who is beautiful, has brains and wears her ambition on her sleeve.