Because we all feel insecure at time, we often sympathize with someone who expresses his insecurity, especially if he seems weak, passive, or frightened.When we encounter someone who is aggressive and controlling, we don't always recognize him as being insecure because he does not fit the profile; he isn't what we expect." -Carolyn N.How to Kill Fear When Dealing with Aggressive People By Peter Murphy The book, Feel the Fear . And I really think it is important to learn how to transform fear into courage by learning how to use more of your mind and how to take charge of your emotions.There are two ways to take fear and transform it into a different emotional state: Release the fear by letting go of it.They may be really outgoing as well, which can add in all the problems from the point above.I find their intimidating aura shrinks when you just have more experience with them.You then see these people as closer to your level, rather than them being on a pedestal and you feeling you're a walking example of lame, awkward unworthiness that's lucky to even be talking to them. If you know someone is mean-spirited or gossipy you're going to be on guard around them.Though sometimes we mistakenly think that everyone who dresses or acts a certain way is going to look down on us.
Gibson runs a conservative Christian video podcast, which itself is unnotable.You get used to them, start to see them as normal people, and learn firsthand that they have flaws and quirks and insecurities like everyone else.What also helps is improving your own confidence and social skills.Like a Stephen King horror story, intimidation comes at us in many forms and faces.As long as intimidation is going to be part of our lives, we might as well learn how to deal with it, resist it, and even use it.