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If someone tells you they have never been intimidated by someone or something, they are lying to you because they are too intimidated to admit it.
Respect for authority, position and status is fine, but using them to intimidate others into submissive acquiescence is quite another thing.
Is there someone that makes you feel intimidated or insecure? It really doesn’t matter who that person is, if at all possible, we will naturally look for ways to limit our exposure intimidation and insecurity.
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It joins death and taxes as one of the few certainties in life.
If we do, it can never inhibit our actions and control us.
It Comes From Everywhere Intimidation comes at us from many quarters – parents, teachers, schoolmates and even churches – but the workplace is where we are most likely to be fed a steady diet of The Big I.
Or this person could be a colleague – someone who uses clever words and exerts personal power or expert power that you believe you can’t compete with.
This person could be your boss – someone with genuine positional power over you.
Perhaps they are your employer or supervisor and it feels like they hold your career in the palm of their hand. Maybe they are just plain mean and confrontational and you are one of their favorite targets. In a moment I am going to answer that question for you, but there is a good chance you won’t like what I am about to say.
This covers the spectrum from higher ups at work, love interests, people we don't know at parties, popular people from school or the office, even celebrities. Often people we look up to (or those who we just don't know who seem cool) can bring up feelings we harbor about ourselves that we are not good enough, smart enough, interesting enough. We are all made from the same source and the truth is -- and this is repeated in many spiritual scriptures "we are all special and we are all not special." We are all equal, my friends. So, yeah, I'm a weak, imperfect person." Even wolves get scared!
How can we get over these situations to stop the intimidation?