Without intimidating

They’ve done their best to learn as much as possible, and are willing to maintain an open mind to the differences of others.Judgmental or artificial comments and behaviors are intolerable to the strong amongst us.

They epitomize the old axiom “you actions speak so loudly, I can’t hear what you’re saying.” Once again, strong people are notorious for keeping their heads down and doing what needs to be done – regardless of how unpleasant it may be.

It’s no surprise then that people who waste time whining and complaining about trivialities are of no interest to them.

After finding love and being in a relationship for over 17 years, her partner passed away unexpectedly in 2015. The same can be said about many of you reading this article, no doubt.

She also showed tremendous strength in admitting her battle with depression. What exactly makes for a strong or “intimidating” personality?

Strong people have a way of making opportunities without needing much assistance from others.

This tremendous work ethic and ability to take advantage of opportunities can intimidate the less motivated, which can in turn invite hostility.

While their tremendous work ethic and strength of character may invite attention – positive or negative – from the people around them, strong personalities don’t spend much time noticing.

They almost certainly won’t spend precious time and effort seeking the attention of others.

This is part of the reason that those who are repulsed by it can been seen as intimidating.

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