Do you feel better after getting this off your chest, as if we are in a first interview and you need to shake your nerves by being brutally honest?Newsflash: This is not an interview and even if it were, you would never tell the person interviewing you that he or she is “intimidating.”I’d rather you just tell me you’re nervous because it’s endearing.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.The person who slightly intimidates you — because you admire her character, work ethic, strength, satire, step, drive, passion, etc.The story behind who she is and the elements you find so intimidating are what you will fall madly in love with.Her trials, tribulations, successes, the way she expresses herself, captivates an audience, works a room, shows compassion, stands her ground or maybe even how she writes.
You love them so much that you proudly tell her story for her; you tell it to your friends, family, colleagues and yourself in the mirror. If you like what’s in front of you, take it off the market.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.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?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.