Intimidatingly beautiful women
It was that I walked around, living my life from this place of thinking that my worth came from being career minded and successful. And yet – it pushed the better men away, because I didn’t need their direction.And that became a habit; so much so that when i spoke to men, my body was tight, I wasn’t trusting, I was fully set on directing my own life. I wasn’t soft, I was hard and trying to just be enough.“Intimidating” women, on the other hand, prefer to be the hero themselves because they’re aware that the only person who can actually “protect” them is themselves.Forget all those “I’ll pay” moments, in a nutshell. The most important thing is their freedom, and they don’t want to be with people who don’t respect this.I just returned from my trip to Florence and Paris, and while I didn’t actually “work” during my vacation, I seem to view everything through the lens of relationships these days.Everywhere I turned I seemed to find myself observing something that I could hardly wait to share with you.
Conventional wisdom and research provide lots of evidence that good-looking people enjoy many advantages in life.
Today’s post is inspired by a story about Sandro Boticelli, a true superstar of the Renaissance.
There are two schools of thought around the question of whether men are intimidated by women that they are extremely attracted to.
I bought in to the false idea that ‘men commit to women who are better; women who are achievers’ – which leads to the reality that; As women, our appeal to men in a relationship has nothing to do with how much we achieve; it has everything to do with our soul; and our heart as a woman.
It has everything to do with how kind, loyal and feminine we show up.
So why do I know so many beautiful unhappy and lonely women? To the rest of us, beautiful people are coasting on their looks, getting all sorts of stuff they didn’t have to work for.