Quotes about being an intimidating woman
During the last couple of weeks, I met up or chatted with a lot of my friends and acquaintances and strangely, majority of them queried me about my dating life. I don’t know if this is the age factor or lacking an ability to think about different things (yeah, savage), but people actually want me to “date” and settle with somebody. I am tall (taller than a lot of people) and have a shoulder breadth that can beat many. I am very opinionated and usually sport a look of Don’t-give-me-your-nonsense. I hope you shift uncomfortably in your seat when you notice me.
1) "To all the little girls who are watching, never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and achieve your own dreams." —12) "You don't have to be pretty. Not to your boyfriend/spouse/partner, not to your co-workers, especially not to random men on the street.According to a global survey on beauty conducted by Dove cosmetics, 96% of women do not consider themselves to be beautiful. Even though a woman will act like she is very confident and as though she thinks she is the hottest woman in the world, she will almost always be insecure.She knows that she doesn’t look as good without make up and that she doesn’t look like the perfectly Photoshopped women in magazines and on TV commercials.Workplace bullying and intimidation is widespread, but since it doesn’t always have a clear legal definition, it often goes undetected and undressed.Whether you have a case for the courts or not, you don't have to tolerate a hostile environment just because others take it.Most of the guys that a beautiful woman meets will feel intimidated by her and try really hard to impress her.
Simply based on her looks, guys will behave as though she is so valuable and is something to be afraid of.
He’s feeling so much attraction for her that he comes across as excited to be talking to her and eager to get her approval.
Yes, a beautiful woman is great to look at and she is special, but she doesn’t want to be with a guy who feels like her is less valuable than her.
Later, my friends told me that he came over because he was attracted to me and I didn’t respond at all. Or is it the blatant manner I look at everyone that makes it uncomfortable? It’s only later that I stopped pondering on the ‘out’ and focused on ‘me’. I’ve been on an upward trajectory of personal growth and self-acceptance over the past few years and a lot of that has resulted in me realizing that I have absolutely no reason to feel sorry for who I am and what I strive for.
Does my drive for the things close to my heart scare you? As luck would have it, my parents, unknowingly, raised me to be a strong and independent woman.
Here are 2 more ways to relax and feel less intimidated around beautiful women…