Characteristics of intimidating behavior
See intimidating people as telling you something non verbally – intimidating behaviour isn’t normal when someone isn’t being threatened or is not in fear.
They are giving you behavioural cues that you can use to your advantage.
If you can tap into this energy/mindset, it might just give you the edge when dealing with intimidating people.
Imagine yourself talking to the little child inside the intimidating person.
What this technique does, is allow you to ‘frame’ the other person in a different light.This muscular dog needs some space and exercise: brisk daily walks, interactive romping sessions, and regular opportunities to stretch out and run.Mental exercise is even more important and appreciated.We can all be regressed to feeling like that little kid again depending on how someone behaves with us. Intimidating people are often all bravado and have very little to back it up with.Have you ever been around your parents or an adult that knew you as a child and suddenly realised that you have changed your behaviour? Acting sheepish and childlike amongst adults from our childhood is quite common. They are used to others being intimidated and accepting their behaviour.
In order to appeal the child in another adult, it is important to act like an adult dealing with a difficult child. When you approach them with curiosity it takes them by surprise and they often begin to unravel when they are asked to explain themselves in more detail.