physically with menstruation, spiritually it depends on the girl
My personal experience, I thought I was a woman about 16 or 17, but then when I hit the 40's and womanhood stared me in the face, I realized I hadn't quite reached womanhood yet. :) Now I'm entering the 50's and I think I just might be beginning to understand what being a woman is about. I'll let you know when I finnaly reach it.
Women are constructed by time life and experiences women are defined by themselves none other is qualified to say x
i imagine its different for all women.it could be when you start feeling comfortable in your own skin,when your happy being you
I think you have the picture right.
To me, it is when she understands how to nurture.
Nurturing came natural to me since I was about 9 yrs old, but it did not make me a woman.
haha that's good. There are other considerations, of course. Personally, when I think of nurture, I think of a deeper guiding force with an understanding of life, death, the stages and moments in between, the hope that good can be seeded and grown and spread with patience and care. It takes wisdom to nurture.
I have know some women in there 60 that act like they are 12 still.
maybe as we physically grow older, we grow mentally young again!?
well at 55 I really dont want to engage in conversation with a 12 year old
12 year olds are more real and honest.
I guess.if you're a perv and into little girls. No thanks.
When she learns that she's entitled to respect in life and doesn't accept anything less.
There it is. I'm working on that goal.
Well you deserve it!! :)
When she knows what she really wants in life.
So true.. and making matured decisions in life.
until she let's go of the childish things...
When she learns to bear the pain of others.
When she gets pregnant or has her period.
If I remember female anatomy correctly, there a cocoon involved.
When she starts buying shoes with credit cards!