Too beautiful and intimidating
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.Why, yes, you now have my attention because I'm now curious about your psyche.— will keep you on your toes and inspire you to be a better a person, leader, son, friend and partner.
She has her own friends, hobbies, motivation and passions. To him, I promise to provide the same broad shoulders. The woman you find intimidating wants you and all that you have to offer. They are successful, charismatic, articulate, cultured, hilarious, athletic, compassionate and independent. They crush careers by day and attend dinner parties by night. Sure, we might be a gaggle of intimidation when we take the downtown night by storm, but we are also an SNL skit waiting to be written when we're together.The woman who has heard it once has likely heard it a thousand times.To counter this annoying statement, she likely has awesome friends and family who remind her, “You don't want a man who isn't confident enough to take you off the market,” or as Dad always tells me, “You will work best with a man who thinks you're the best thing since sliced bread.The same women who intimidate you have the same fears, hopes and dreams as you. They're normal, so stop holding them to some level that intimidates you; you don't know her yet.
Hearing, “You're intimidating,” directly from a man is not typically a one-time occurrence.
Her story and character alone take the pressure off of you. Plus, if you're checking her out, you better believe others are as well. If you're constantly trying to better yourself and embrace a higher quality of life, keep reading.