Today’s Word: headstrong

April 24, 2017 =========

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This final week of April, we have seven adjectives to describe people and their personalities. I wonder if you’ll find one or two that describe you!

Today’s word, headstrong, and it is generally used in a negative way to describe someone you are critical of because they are determined to do what they want. Someone who is headstrong might also be called stubborn, willful and obstinate.

It is often used to describe teenagers who won’t listen to their parents! As in, “He’s young and very headstrong, but he’s a good kid underneath.” In this case, “underneath” means the feelings and emotions that people hide and don’t show in their behavior.