I've seen a lot of questions here lately about men and women not being attractive or approached by others because they're too intimidating.
How often do you realistically come across people you would like to date or befriend, but stop because you find them so?
When I was younger being jealous was the it thing, if people didn't like you they were obviously jealous. When really these terms were used to be diplomatic about the fact there are less desirable traits holding people back from wanting to approach.
So; how often does this stop you in real life from going after someone?
Do you feel that others are intimidated by you and that it prevents dating or friendship opprotunities? Why do you think it's intimidation?
Most Helpful Guy
Intimidating on here has become the new buzzword for people who oversell themselves. I have have found 3 people in my entire life to be genuinely intimidating.
- My dad
- My secondary school Headmaster
- My first boss
Dating wise, never ever run into a woman who i'd consider intimidating at all. That's not to say i've never acknowledged when they have been better than me at something.1
Most Helpful Girl
It's another way to say out of your league, in my opinion.1