How do you deal with intimidating people
In other words, there’s no reason for her to be intimidating.
She doesn’t use it as a tool to suppress others (even though that’s how others often take it).
Now that we’ve set the foundation with these two mindsets (You don’t need to take it personally because it’s often a defense, and focus on making people like being around you rather than liking you) it’s time to follow the 5 steps below, based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), to become better at dealing with anyone who’s intimidating.
CBT is a well-researched field and is used by psychologists all over the world when it comes to changing behavior and dealing with feelings.
Now that we’re aware of this feeling and accept it, we’re ready for the next step.
You don’t want to walk around in life looking for people’s shortcomings.
The number one example men brought up was talking to women they’re attracted to. The advice is collected from studies in the field of cognitive behavioral science and my own experience.
I’m also going to bring up examples from intimidating people I’ve talked to about the subject, and I’ll share what I’ve learned from them.
“Here everyone has a fancy Ph D title and I’m just a retail employee” or “Here everyone’s tall and I’m short.”As I’ve written about before, it’s a losing game to try to make people like us.
We want to make people like being Lesson learned: When you’re around people who intimidate you, don’t fall into the trap of trying to prove yourself to them. Instead, keep to the universal principles of likability.
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