However, instead of letting judgmental words affect us, we should learn to cope with them and avoid worrying too much about the way other people perceive us.
This article focuses on intimidating people, who are typically seen as rude.
You would have said I was brave and strong and smart.
You have revolutionary ways of thinking and learning new things. You often times far surpass your peers, leading to them resent you. The web is an amazing resource..can actually learn HOW to be intimidating -- in fact, there is a lot more out there about how to intimidate people than there is about how to NOT be intimidating. But in an effort to learn, I thought I'd explore how one might become intimidating -- maybe it will help me realize what I'm doing that makes people feel intimidated... So, I started doing some digging into what makes people intimidating. Thankfully, God loves me just the way I am and I know He'll help me take one step at a time to grow into a softer, more approachable person... I'm on a quest to really examine this definition of intimidation, get some feedback from people I trust, and who I know will be honest with me and look hard in the mirror. Intentionally make the other person feel inferior.4. It stands to reason, then, that to be "softer," maybe I should focus on the opposite of these things...1. I really do focus too much on myself; I'm still learning about how to admit and share my vulnerabilities and fears; I'm not sure that I consistently position myself to serve (nor that when I do, my motives are always pure);and I'm don't always remember the importance of affirming others...You are innovative and open-minded, which often makes you surpass your peers. Due to your open-mindedness, you cannot stand small-talks and judgmental individuals.You would rather walk away than being surrounded by ignorant and judgmental people.So, we basically start judge our partner and even try to change them.With this being said, it becomes clear that we live in a judgmental world. Intentionally position myself to serve rather than be served.4. Oddly, I think of myself as being somewhat self-aware..as I examine these opposites and think about how I interact with others, I've got a lot of work to do!How many times are you judged by the way you talk, dress, or a drive a car?