I was going to refer to them as fights, but physical violence hasn't happened other than throwing stuff. ) It is not easy and you will need the understanding of the man in your life. So, this is what I have learned about squashing the intimidation Ask - Don't tell Say Thank You - A lot and do it sweetly (stop gagging) Be gentle - kiss is head when you pass him sitting in a chair, let him open the car door, walk slower when you are with him, lay his bathrobe out when he is in the shower. I appreciate your advice, but I need to know how to attract a guy first. I'd rather just "want" them, but I'll "need" them if that's what they want.Also, it's pretty much only men who find me intimidating. I have been in my current relationship 6 years, married for 2.5. Speaking to Others - let them talk, do not correct their statements, walk up to other casually - not with authority Relax Your Body when you approach work mates, friends, neighbors and laborers. I'm apparently too intimidating or awful in some other way to make it to a second date, if I can even make it to a first date (that's rare). Anyway i have the same problem, but with both men and women. I've been told pretty much my whole adult life that I'm a very intimidating person even when I don't mean to be.So, I don't know if it's my lookssort of punk-ish (not sure how to describe my style), I have bright red hair fringed with black and if I have time, I prefer to have thick black eyeliner. You're right, about not wanting to dumb yourself down. Why change who you are, to please others or what you imagine others to desire? Ive heard, if men feel like you dont NEED them, they wont stick around. I used to be a really angry person and couldn't really control that anger. But apparently I'm still intimidating I'm not sure how not to beit's sort of my personality.Or if it's my personalitybecause I'm more masculine/aggressive by nature. That's not the answer, to your current frustrations. You sound like me, my style is different, but the basic intimidating to men is definitely there. Now when i think about it I see my sweet little 7 yr old begin me not to throw a vase she loved I did, it smashed. I think it's more important that I'm not threatening people and getting in very heated disagreements.Sent from my LG-MS910 using Tapatalk 2 I don't want to play "dumb" and "weak" though…is there a way to be less intimidating if you are really intelligent and have a more "tough" personality. I just wish I could be myself and it not terrify all guys (at least around my age). I have been in my current relationship 6 years, married for 2.5. Speaking to Others - let them talk, do not correct their statements, walk up to other casually - not with authority Relax Your Body when you approach work mates, friends, neighbors and laborers. So, I don't know if it's my lookssort of punk-ish (not sure how to describe my style), I have bright red hair fringed with black and if I have time, I prefer to have thick black eyeliner.
“The lion doesn’t turn around when the small dog barks.” – African Proverb. People might judge you for what you are without knowing about you or your life.I have also found that shaving your head makes the rest of your body look bigger as it draws attention to your muscles and arms.When you meet people talk in a serious tone, give them a firm handshake and don't let your voice waiver or show that you are indecisive at all.More often than not, these people have a big heart and are very kind, but their strong personality makes them come off as aggressive or even rude.To be honest, it either sparks an anger inside of you (that you can’t keep silent about), or it makes you want to walk away without saying a word.