That is, unless you want women to just start calling you a resting assh*le (“RA” for short).
Women won't stop at your face; we'll label all of you as that.
Bushong from Of course, if the person is a psychopath or something like that then this won't always apply but considering why the person is so aggressive can help you to understand the situation you're in and possibly give you some ideas on solutions.
We've been talking for a while, maybe even tried the dating thing, and for whatever reason, you feel the need to inform me (as if I didn't already know) that I'm intimidating.
I applaud your honesty, but why are you telling me this?
In January, I wrote about feeling intimidated by my siblings.
I have worked with assertiveness issues in the past, and for me, it is an ongoing project. Then when I get a bad feeling about something a person said or did to me or I dream about it, I realize it was bothering me more than I thought I did, and I need to do something about it.
A person with low self-esteem can easily feel intimidated by what some people say or do.
Intimidation can cause a person to feel insecure, and it can cause a person with low self-esteem to feel like they are worthless or failed very badly in some way.Because we all feel insecure at time, we often sympathize with someone who expresses his insecurity, especially if he seems weak, passive, or frightened.When we encounter someone who is aggressive and controlling, we don't always recognize him as being insecure because he does not fit the profile; he isn't what we expect." -Carolyn N.I'm not talking about the woman you're too scared to talk to.I'm talking about the woman that you dream of, finally find and chase down, but then are too afraid to date.I'm talking about this bizarre open conversation that happens at one of two points in a relationship: You somehow turn “you're intimidating” into an opening line.