Strong-willed, motivated, energetic — these adjectives are commonly used to describe men. But women also face difficulties that no man can even imagine.
We at Bright Side admire strong women and want to tell you about 25 amazing, beautiful, and incredibly inspirational women that have a very strong character.
“There is a group of women getting on my flight and one has a shirt that says ‘Just Divorced’ and the others have shirts that say ‘Divorce Support Group’ and they are all drunk. Those are the types of friends everyone needs in their life.”
“My mom just graduated from nursing school at 44 years old. Here she is, posing in front of her high school graduation picture. She wanted me to tell everyone that, “It’s never too late to improve yourself.”
“I know selfies aren’t OK, but I am so proud that I finally felt confident enough to wear a bikini instead of hiding my scar.”
“After having shaky hands due to multiple sclerosis for 2 years, I motivated myself to practice by using liquid liner. Today I managed this for the first time. Not much, but I’m still kind of proud.”
“My wife finished a triathlon today, one year since her first race. It’s still hard to complete a triathlon without the extra 50kg (110lb).”
“After months of hanging onto my thinning hair, I finally let go and shaved my head. I feel strong, beautiful, and couldn’t be happier!”
“Quit 20 years of a boring cubicle job and got my real estate license at age 43! Never too late to start fresh!”
“My mom enrolled my 80-year-old grandma in an Idaho Star Introduction to Motorcycle course for Mother’s Day.”
“You’re never too old to have fun with your parents. A picture of my mom and I in matching Iron Maiden shirts after seeing the Impractical Jokers show I got her tickets for last Christmas.”
“My mom divorced my dad who constantly cheated on her and now she is out there living her best life in Cabo with a new man who takes her places.”
“When you have 2 eye surgeries in one day, and your best friend is a bird, you have to take a pirate photo, right?!”
“My favorite picture of my mom. She was the only girl in her welding class in 1984. Byrd High School. Shreveport, Louisiana.”