How to handle an intimidating woman
Therein lies the mystery to women who are capable and accustomed to taking care of everything themselves.
I wondered what it meant to show one’s vulnerability to a man? If a man is wired to protect, provide and procreate (the three Ps), how can he do two of the three, protect and provide, if he doesn’t have the opportunity to do so?
I have always been self conscious, though, about imposing on others given my natural tendency to do for myself.
If I wanted to get this right I needed to get out of my own way.
Steve, as he introduced himself, was more than happy to give me pointers on the correct stance and how to get the ball to go the furthest distance. Single and available, Steve began asking if I came to the driving range often and, well, you can imagine how this encounter turned out: he asked for my phone number.
Where do you have opportunities to be voluntarily vulnerable when dating?
If you’re like a lot of independent and successful women, you may have bought into the myth that men are afraid of powerful women when it comes to pursuing a romantic relationship.
It’s a woman’s snooty demeanor – her “bitch shield” if you will, her avoiding any eye contact with the people around her, her never getting off her i-phone when in public – 24/7 texting, her sunglasses, and other parts of her social mask that makes her come across as unapproachable and intimidating. In fact, many if not most of those really hot are uninteresting, shallow, high maintenance, hard to get along with and otherwise unworthy of spending time with.I wanted to attract the alpha male and since the alpha male is programmed to protect, provide and procreate, I needed to radiate femininity to be attractive to him.