If you’re looking for someone without wounds, they are not your type.
These women think that what didn’t kill them made them stronger.
All in all, what “intimidating” women teach us is to prefer passion over comfort and courage over mediocrity.
Be ready to accept your partner just the way they are.
I'm talking about this bizarre open conversation that happens at one of two points in a relationship: You somehow turn “you're intimidating” into an opening line.
Why, yes, you now have my attention because I'm now curious about your psyche.
I'm not talking about the woman you're too scared to talk to.
I'm talking about the woman that you dream of, finally find and chase down, but then are too afraid to date.
I can't fix the mean girl who blows you off at the bar or the not-so-mean girl you just said has “resting bitch face (RBF).” (Also, I'm pretty sure my brain-on-fire-and-therefore-deep-in-thought face does not mean I'm a bitch, so please stop using “RBF").
What they lost taught them to appreciate the value of everything they have.
Those who made them upset taught them how to be forgiving. As a wise man once said:“I have learned far more from pain than I could have ever learned from pleasure.”They believe in true love.
People who are not ready to be involved in such deep commitments may find them frighting, obviously. Being self-confident and able to direct your own life doesn’t mean you can’t suffer from anything.
At times, they change their life plans for their partners. Each person they've shared their life with taught them something and “intimidating” women are always ready to be there for them. Although they don’t let it show most of the time, rejection, hurtful words or false intentions hurt them.