Are you intimidating to men quiz
Now that we’ve set the foundation with these two mindsets (You don’t need to take it personally because it’s often a defense, and focus on making people like being around you rather than liking you) it’s time to follow the 5 steps below, based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), to become better at dealing with anyone who’s intimidating.
CBT is a well-researched field and is used by psychologists all over the world when it comes to changing behavior and dealing with feelings.
Remember to view that person’s shortcomings from a compassionate perspective.
Lesson learned: Most often, intimidation is a defense, not a tool to suppress others.
The foundation of CBT is to first be aware of what we’re feeling.