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.I'm not talking about the woman you're too scared to talk to.
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 world is full of “good catches” and natural born leaders. Please stop mistaking my not needing you for me not you.
These people have a hard time settling down because they want to be pushed and challenged, but they don't think it can mutually exist with love. The fact that I have all that going on and still want to make you my priority person should speak volumes.
She's been through more than you can imagine and somehow, she came out with her head held high and a smile that's brighter than sunshine. Otherwise someone else will, and all you will have is a Facebook timeline full of their awesome love story.
She is exactly the type of woman you want on your arm because he can hold her own. #Sorry She's Not Sorry Stop here if you're done growing.
Besides, if you actually took a chance to get to know me, you would realize I am the last person who should intimidate you, and here's why: Here are five things you should know about the woman you keep calling “intimidating”: One reason why relationships fail is that one or both parties find themselves bored and develop wandering eyes, ears and hands (sadly).
Guess what: The person who slightly intimidates you is also the person who will constantly keep your attention.
If there is one phrase I'm tired of men dropping, it's, “You're intimidating."Before I jump up on my soapbox and make myself even more "intimidating," let me write a disclaimer: This article is not intended for the woman you are too afraid to approach.