Intimidating women attractive
— will keep you on your toes and inspire you to be a better a person, leader, son, friend and partner.
With her, you will strive for the 2.0 version of yourself.
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?
She knows who she is and what she wants out of life. They command — never demand — attention, and they do it with mesmerizing grace and style. If you were a fly on the wall for our girls' nights, our one-on-one conversations, you would immediately lose all intimidation. The same girl you're too afraid to talk to starts each morning with a kitchen dance party.
The same woman you find intimidating is also really good at making the same raunchy jokes as you are. She's clumsy and messy, can “man” a BBQ, yells at the TV for her team, enjoys downtime on the couch and eating junk food. Just her, the dog, a cup of coffee and the Top 40 getting down with her wet hair and makeup-free face.
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.
Women who intimidate you still have feelings and fairytale dreams; they just don't show all their cards on the first (or seventh) play.
I'm not talking about the woman you're too scared to talk to.
I'm talking about the woman that you dream of, finally find and chase down, but then are too afraid to date.
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.
If you find a prospect who provides this, grab ahold and never let go. You want someone who inspires you with her loving, well-intentioned actions — not words or demands. Intimidation builds her own career, makes her own money, pays for her own way and carries her own bags. It would be great to come home to someone who can take the lead; someone I trust can make plans, carry some weight and let me be vulnerable. Albeit biased, I have some of the most amazing female friends; many of whom have been victim to the “You're intimidating” accusation. These same women are stunningly beautiful, many tall and still rocking high heels because they are confident and not sorry for being 6 feet tall. We are intimidating because we grabbed life by the horns and made it the best damn ride possible, and we're still holding on.