After four years of dipping my toe into the dating pool, I’ve recently taken a full cannon ball plunge into the depths of the single scene.
When I look at it from the man’s point of view, I understand how hard it is to put yourself out there.Dating a woman with no filter — a woman who tells it like it is and doesn’t mince words — is a pretty f*cking special experience.If you’ve got her, congratulations, because you’re in for a wild ride.Having no filter doesn’t mean that she’s overly opinionated or rude, it just means she’s confident in her own thoughts, feelings, and opinions and isn’t afraid to share them with the world.She’s also a sh*t ton of fun and will provide you with a lot of laughs… Here’s what it’s like to date her: She doesn’t sugar-coat anything.This is not to say that you should feel the need to actually alter your personality just because someone finds you a little intimidating. Is he enthusiastic about this, but he doesn't seem to know how to take it to the next level?Quite the opposite, actually–someone being intimidated by you is, as they say, a “personal problem.” But if you, for one, have heard the word “intimidating” one too many times, and notice that potential crushes tend to cower a little in your wake,you might want to check out these signs that your crush is actually intimidated by you, so you know what to look out for: Your crush hangs out by your locker. Either he's totally clueless (pretty likely, he's a guy), intimidated by you (also very likely), or a mix of the two (the most likely scenario).I can say no easily."Jennie: "My friends think I am intimidating because I work in a corporate business environment which would at times be associated with rigor/aggressive natured people.It’s an environment that breeds people to become coarse or cold emotionally in order to get to the next level.There’s nothing that guys love more than to throw around the word “intimidating” as an excuse for not making a move on someone.In fact, the archetype of guys being scared out of their minds of cool, powerful, self-assured women is basically the oldest one of all time– just ask Beyonce or Serena Williams–so, if you’ve ever been called intimidating, you’re in good company. Guys say “intimidating” like it’s a compliment, but the way it’s presented usually feels like a sort of cop-out, like a preemptive “It’s not me, it’s you” that doesn’t actually mean anything.