How to not be intimidating to others

A friend of mine is a prime example of an intimidating person.

She’s pretty, intelligent, confident, has a great education and a high-income job in finance.

What if you become intimidated by individuals or groups who are attractive and/or loud.

How do you even begin to put yourself at ease, or stop putting them on a social pedestal, so you can be yourself?

Therefore, it’s statistically sound to assume that there’s something (or several things) that you are better at than the intimidating person.

A lot of things are part of who you are: Mini exercise: What are some things you are good at?

In other words, there’s no reason for her to be intimidating.

CBT is a well-researched field and is used by psychologists all over the world when it comes to changing behavior and dealing with feelings.

Remember to view that person’s shortcomings from a compassionate perspective.

Who we are is made up of hundreds, perhaps thousands of traits.

As I’ve gotten to know her better she’s opened up about having a low self-esteem.

She feels safer when she can hide behind that perfect surface. An example is a psychopath without insecurities who just wants to intimidate others. Ironically, it’s often those who feel the most need to compensate for their insecurities who come off as the most intimidating.

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