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First of all, here are two changes in mindset we need to understand: Few walk around in life trying to intimidate others.

Often, they don’t even understand that they are intimidating.

Connections can be built with people when I think outside myself.”I knew nothing about Karen’s battle, but I’m glad that she shared it with me.

I am encouraged that my battles can be winning battles too!

– Alexis I got lots of questions about that from both men and women.

Some examples that came up was talking to your boss or manager, talk to tall people, good looking people, mean/unpleasant people, and those you’re attracted to.

As I began to work more and more with varsity, there would be moments when I would see them crash and burn after an intense workout or fail to meet their overall goal. I know it sounds a little petty, but as long as you don’t say these things outside your own head it does no harm and helps you feel a little better about yourself.

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What helped me was to think, ‘God is in complete control of the situation and He does not put me in any situation that is too much to bear.’ (1 Corinthians )“When I start to feel those symptoms of fear and anxiety, this verse has been particularly helpful for me: given me a spirit of fear for this situation. If I can see those intimidating people the way God sees them, if I can have that same love, then I don’t have to fear them, but more than that, I also want to make it good for them.

While spending more time with the daunting person may be easy in some situations, in others it’s not really a possibility. The more power you give them, then the harder it’s going to be to see them as a plain human being.

So in those moments, I have to remind myself that there’s nothing about this person that makes them better than me. The most important cliché I cannot stress enough is to just be yourself around them.

What if you become intimidated by individuals or groups who are attractive and/or loud.

How do you even begin to put yourself at ease, or stop putting them on a social pedestal, so you can be yourself?