How to deal with intimidating people

13-Jun-2019 06:39

And some people are amazing visualisers – they can close their eyes and see things in sharp, colourful, 3D.The rest of us see images which are vague and unclear and which probably fade or dim as you ‘look’ at them. If you’re not a ‘clear visualiser’ you may simply need to repeat the technique a few times and on a few days.Hello friends, This is my first blog entry with the new blog address.I plan to continue to write about self-esteem and related issues.The inner game Settle into a reflective state of mind, setting aside some time to think this through.Take some deep breaths, and open your mind to think about different possibilities.

This is not something that is meant to make me afraid. Being afraid has nothing to do with having a sound mind, and it is not the solid foundation that God wants for me.“God has all power and all might for me in every situation, so that I can be a person that acts and does what needs to be done. I want to have that same love for them that God does. ’ I then come out of my selfish thoughts and into a love for the others, where I rather think about the battles that they might be fighting, instead of worrying about myself.

Sure, this is important, but the question in my mind is, do they know it can be a winning battle? But she tells me there’s been a battle she has had to fight to be able to be this way around everyone.“My whole body was shaking,” Karen says. I knew this was something I needed to do, but really, I felt like just curling up into a fetal position.“I was afraid.“I had just started a new job, and part of what the job entailed was dealing with some people with overpoweringly strong personalities and who seemed extremely straightforward and tactless.“I knew it wasn’t God’s mind that I should let myself be pushed around, intimidated, and afraid of people.

She is easy to talk to and comfortable to be around.

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

My professor is incredibly smart, disciplined, and admirable.

This is not something that is meant to make me afraid. Being afraid has nothing to do with having a sound mind, and it is not the solid foundation that God wants for me.“God has all power and all might for me in every situation, so that I can be a person that acts and does what needs to be done. I want to have that same love for them that God does. ’ I then come out of my selfish thoughts and into a love for the others, where I rather think about the battles that they might be fighting, instead of worrying about myself.

Sure, this is important, but the question in my mind is, do they know it can be a winning battle? But she tells me there’s been a battle she has had to fight to be able to be this way around everyone.“My whole body was shaking,” Karen says. I knew this was something I needed to do, but really, I felt like just curling up into a fetal position.“I was afraid.“I had just started a new job, and part of what the job entailed was dealing with some people with overpoweringly strong personalities and who seemed extremely straightforward and tactless.“I knew it wasn’t God’s mind that I should let myself be pushed around, intimidated, and afraid of people.

She is easy to talk to and comfortable to be around.

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

My professor is incredibly smart, disciplined, and admirable.

Most of us picture the ‘intimidating person’ above us i.e.