Why am i intimidating to guys
Work-wise, I beat hundreds if not thousands to secure a place in a top multinational corporation (Procter & Gamble) two years before I was supposed to graduate.Later on, I quit my well-paying job in P&G right at the start of a financial crisis no less, to pursue my passion to help others—with no prior skills or knowledge in this area.Hence, I’m frequently singled out by others for my accomplishments and for being a driven and “fearless” person.Despite people lauding me from a place of good intention, I would feel mixed about being such a “strong” person (read: woman).The further I “climbed”, the harder it seemed for me to find a guy who could match my achievements.People often speak of the archetypal lone career woman who is highly accomplished yet barren in her love life, and I could see myself gradually trawling into this direction.This reminds me of this incident two years ago where a friend’s friend, Kev, who is a spiritual practitioner, located me in a very busy locale in Hong Kong by way of my aura—during peak hours no less. It got to a point where I questioned my femininity. Rita thought for a while, and said, “I think that might be true for other girls.
Another reason could be my talking speed, which is faster than the average person. I had always thought that the solution to my guy-intimidation problems was to shirk my character, dumb myself down, and/or work on my appeal as a woman…Yet another reason could be my presence, which is apparently quite strong. When I asked him how he did that, he said my aura was so strong that it outshone all the people at the locale (probably a hundred at least? All he had to do was simply close his eyes and “follow the light”. so that I would not intimidate guys anymore, or at the very least, not intimidate guys so much that they wouldn’t want to woo me.Often times, people could sense my presence right when I walk into a room (even in MRTs) and look up from their resting state. when I was already dumbing myself down / shirking my character was perplexing. However, while I was chatting with Rita, I asked her if there was a possibility that some guys would be afraid to woo me because they didn’t want to hurt me, say due to my longstanding singlehood.Depending on how things go, I’m possibly going on another long trip this year, scouring places like India, South Africa, and South America.You can say that these “accomplishments” are atypical of an average person, much less a girl from Singapore.