Yes, it does. However, I don't understand what you mean by her wanting you to take charge of your relationship. Can you give examples of this? I think things work best when both people respect each other, and important decisions are made jointly.
I don't mean "my way or the highway" if that was the case she is not the type of person take that. She would be long gone, trust me.
When it comes to the BIG decisions we always talk through figure things out together. That part is never going to change. I'm talking about all the little decisions happen in the day to day.
Let me illustrate a common discussion when getting mutual buy in goes awry:
Me: what do you want to do tonight?
Her: I don't what do you want to do?
Me: Don't you like going "A"? Do you want to do that?
Her: I don't know is that what you want do?
Me: If that's what you want to do?
And so on and so on.. Which just sets a bad tone for the night.
My approach is now very different. Instead of worrying constantly about what she thinks I'm just more decisive like I am with every other relationship in my life. For example the same conversation with a different approach:
Me: Any ideas about tonight?
Her: Not really.
Me: I think we should go to "A" it will be a lot of fun.
Her: Sounds OK but what about "B."
Me: "B" is OK but I think we should really do "A." I tell you want we will go to "A" and if your right we will leave early stop on the way to "B" by that frozen yogurt place you really like.
Her: (grudgingly) OK. Sounds like a plan.
Usually taking the second approach where I am more in charge. Will work out better and end up having more fun.