Are good looking women intimidating
Recognizing their eternal insecurities and embracing the scared little girl inside a gorgeous woman will help you to connect with the real human being and the vulnerable soul beneath her beautiful facade.
It’s pretty hard to take the sting out of being rejected by a guy after a month or so of semi-serious dating, especially when the signs seemed to be indicating a reasonable likelihood of success.
Sadly, I find myself in this situation a little too often, so by now I’ve got a system for dealing with my hurt feelings and bruised ego in the immediate wake of being rejected.
It typically involves a great deal of drunken analysis, the focus of which is to compile a list of non-threatening answers to the question—“Why didn’t he want me?
My friends all have boyfriends, and I’m really looking to settle down. By the way, it never gets farther than kissing with me. Men leap to attention and whisper to each other before approaching. As a result, you become a lifelong target—a trophy for men to bag.
However, now that I’ve come to the repeated conclusion that intimidation played a role in my recent failed dating endeavors, I feel like maybe I should rethink my stance—especially because in all of those cases that explanation seemed completely likely and totally logical. But even the prettiest girl has fears and insecurities.Knowing these reservations will enable you to understand women better.All in all, beautiful women, although they appear to be confident and sometimes even arrogant, have this deeply ingrained fear, “I am not good enough, and someone is going to figure me out”.Often pretty ladies were “ugly ducklings” and unpopular at school, and still carry the scars of being a wallflower.