I remember several years ago, being about 20 years old, and I was out with a group of girlfriends. At least not compared to the number of men who were interested in my friends. The men seemed interested in my girlfriends, but not me. Not that I was trying to actually figure it out; I was too busy feeling sorry for myself. He pulled his head right back and stepped away from me, taking one step back, literally. I remember walking away from that club where I was at, and weeks later, started to tell myself the boring story about how men don’t want to be in a relationship with me because they were intimidated by me. The reality is that attraction occurs when there is polarity.
And if they are intimidated, is that good intimidation (as I suspect), or is it more of a turn-off thing?
I asked many of my friends who often get the “he is just intimidated by you” line why they think they fit the mold of a hard-to-approach gal.
(Click here to get your Goddess Report)On this particular night, one nice young man did come up to me and introduce himself. Looking back, i now realise that it wasn’t that men were intimidated and THAT is why they didn’t or couldn’t be in a relationship with me.
Ok.’ From that day on, I noticed that whenever I told men this, this particular reaction was not uncommon at all. Heh, Finally, I feel some sort of power in my life – I’m doing a LAW degree and you can’t compare to that!
The Early Show's big dating game challenge is getting down to crunch time. Jean Carroll believes any woman can find the man of her dreams in just six weeks if they follow the advice in her book "Mr.
Right, Right Now." So Lirone and Tracy enlisted to put her theory to the test.Image source:i Stock He hints at "hanging out" and "chilling soon" and "doing something over the weekend," but won't actually make any concrete plans.Chances are, he's trying to suss out how you feel about hanging out one-on-one without having to stick his neck out and actually ask you.To deal, try extending the conversations you do have a little each time, or taking some sort of action yourself to show that you're interested.It doesn't have to be anything big, just a little sign that you like hanging out with them and wouldn't mind doing it some more.Here’s what they told me: Abby: "I am very independent, and I love autonomy.