Intimidating facial features

Yet it is essential to understand our own tendencies toward intimidation if we are to refine our relationships with one another, and with ourselves. We’re often self-intimidating, using pressure and coercion to motivate ourselves.We can try to shame and threaten ourselves, for example, into doing things we think we should be doing, to be who we think we should be, but in doing so we run the risk of creating the need to fight back against our own self-bullying.

Ending intimidation You may notice an immediate resistance to the idea that intimidation is everywhere; you may shrug and say, “So what?More accurately, we feel intimidated, and we either have no idea at all that we feel this way, or we may have only an intellectual understanding, leaving our deeper, more influential feelings and attitudes hidden.So, when someone finds us intimidating, they may do so because we are intimidating—whether we know it or not.We often don’t know any alternate ways to respond when we feel like we're failing at something we should be able to ace.Being labeled as intimidating can be confusing What happens when someone tells us they find us intimidating?

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