being true to my scorpio nature, after just a short time of knowing a person i tend to know more about him/her than he/she does about herself. I don't find Scorp women intimidating, but then I don't have self-esteem or jealousy issues. **sigh** he was never out of my head though because i He comes home one Sunday (about a month ago) and says I have to talk to you later.When later comes around he tells me he will tell me on my birthday.

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"I personally think no women will feel completely comfortable leaving their man alone with a Scorpio woman." LOL..my experience, no woman I've known has felt comfortable leaving their man with me. I just think it's the confidence you exude..then again, I DO have scorp in me. Its sad though."For many, confidence tends to attract people, in a positive way..repel them." It attracts men and repels women. If other women consider you beautiful or you have looks men find appealing, you'll naturally repel the competition. I have ALWAYS had more male friends than female since I was in grammer school... They are TRUE, males are so much easier to get along with, you can learn so much from them about men. Wow, a scorp used those same words as it related to him getting closer to me and never being able to return. I honestly don't think I intimidate anyone, men or women. I do my thing, and I don't really bother anyone else.

I still think it's the confidence.***They could be comparing themselves with you and finding they may be the total opposite and wonder what their men see in them. I know a lot of women dont like me yet I pretty much keep to myself. I enjoy that the most sometimes they get so comfortable with me around they some things about women and I have to remind them I am a woman and I am present. Yes, I am a pretty girl, but I have yet to meet a woman who didn't trust me, specifically, around her guy. The one that all the guys thought was laid back and, loads and fun, and full of laughs, once they got to know me.

Fear of being judged and caring so much about what other people think about us, can cause huge problems like crippling insecurities and social anxiety.

Intimidation is the dirty little secret that A LOT of women struggle with and have a hard time admitting it to others.

but i have noticed that i click with scorpio women instantly, maybe there is a subconscious recognition that she is the same as me in a lot of i have to add that i have lots of male friends, and i like them becoz they see me as an equal.

sometimes i even think that i prefer their company, especially if the women around are so shallow. I’m an Aquarius sun/Gemini moon, he’s a cancer sun/Taurus moon. i saw this on youtube on James Spader who is married to a Taurus younger woman, and the commentors were saying that she's a homewrecker and she stole Spader from other women or something lke https:// v=1tmqenx Y8KI This is the actual game play thread.Because when I get tired of being passive and eventually assert my wants and needs, the other party is taken aback (and understandably so), which can lead to confusion, subtle tension, and an overall atmosphere of discomfort. I dont like being mean, but I do think I should voice my feelings before I let it get to that point. I steer clear of women regardless, b/c Im not into hating for no reason (when I had alot of female friends in HS thats what they spent most of their time doing which was a total drain on me.).I am learing it is best to speak up when an issue first arises. BUT Ive been told by guys that I give off the intimidating vibe.She apparently had the notion that we were friends, and that I owed her something. Also, I have a bad habit of being passive, which causes problems.Because when I get tired of being passive and eventually assert my wants and needs, the other party is taken aback (and understandably so), which can lead to confusion, subtle tension, and an overall atmosphere of discomfort.If ever I get self-consious of how I'll come off to others, my friends say, "Relaaaax! " The only thing that gets me into trouble with folks is my sense of humor.