There's not much to getting past this one except more practice with social and conversation skills so you feel more comfortable in their presence.I think everyone feels a little uneasy and off-balance when they're around those handful of people who just seem to have everything going for them. It’s in the way you hold yourself and interact with those around you. At this point, he’s just trying to downgrade how awesome you are. It’s petty and stupid, but some guys think this makes them look better. Do you suddenly feel like the exchange has turned into an escalating tennis match? Remember, the right ones stick around to learn who you really are. As much as he might want to approach you, he’s put off by your confidence. His ego’s been hurt somehow and now he has to go lick his wounds. No matter what you say to the guy, he takes it as an insult. He’s intimidated and thinks you’re constantly judging him. If his ego’s that fragile, do you even want to deal with him to begin with? Snide comments about whatever you happen to say is a sure sign he’s feeling intimidated.They may be really outgoing as well, which can add in all the problems from the point above.I find their intimidating aura shrinks when you just have more experience with them.
Though sometimes we mistakenly think that everyone who dresses or acts a certain way is going to look down on us.
I have been told before that I can seem intimidating and unapproachable to men.
My friends keep telling me I need to smile at guys.
She went on to explain that these negative behaviours were projections of inner misery and chaos.
Ever since then, when I meet someone who spews out anger and negativity, it offers me a glimpse of how awful their internal experience of the world is.