Beautiful intimidating women lonely
Until recently, that is, since I’ve started to notice an alarming trend: In three of my last four rejections, I concluded that the guy ended things with me because I intimidated him.I call this trend “alarming” because I usually consider it delusional to blame a guy’s lack of interest on intimidation. ” is a phrase that I’ve always thought of as the battle cry for cheesy, brainless girls who are totally lacking in any charming or marketable attributes whatsoever.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.Therefore, I would like to figure out whether it is factually possible for a guy to reject a girl on the ground that she intimidated him. Everything about me matched up perfectly with what this guy was looking for.
I realize this isn’t something I’m going to be able to solve in one sitting.
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.
I mean, it’s tough enough for an average woman to tell when a guy is interested in a relationship or sex. And you think that if you insist on not doing any more than kissing that you’re weeding out the “wrong” guys. Although it’s unpopular to say, sex is rightfully important to men.
Imagine what it’s like when you’re objectified wherever you go. A reasonable man with looks and money and life experience might very well say to himself, after five dates with nothing more than a kiss, “Screw this.