Beautiful smart women intimidating
However, beautiful and smart women are, deep down, the same as any beautiful women, the same as any women, and really, the same as any people.
They have very similar wants, needs, and sources of both happiness and unhappiness.
When approaching beautiful smart women, simply be genuine, show interest in what they are saying, and make them feel special as a person and not simply as a physical object.
As mentioned above, throw out all lines and rehearsed approaches – they will not work.
However, as much as all men are happy that women are getting the best opportunities, these women are becoming ever more intimidating to the men that are in their lives.
Men will hardly approach a woman that they feel is better than them in any way or has a physical or attitudinal aspect that makes her superior.
The ability to provide for the woman makes a man feel relevant and important, which is why, unless if he is out to get her money, a man will find it very hard to relate with a wealthy woman romantically.
Having a nicer car, a nicer place and a more extravagant lifestyle than her man can certainly take a toll on his ego.
Money is an integral part of a relationship, and a man will find it very hard to stay in a relationship where his paycheck is just a fraction of what his significant other makes.
If she is a beautiful, smart woman, she will know she is attractive and has probably heard those compliments a thousand times.
Finally, be passionate in your conversation, be engaged when you talk about yourself and your own interests, and be interested (ask her questions) about what she does and the things she tells you about herself.
Planned phrases, obviously thought out approaches, and carefully rehearsed pick-up lines that might work on other women will not work on them nearly as easily.
Furthermore, they probably have higher standards for your own intelligence, personality, even status in life than other women might and, finally, the high likelihood that they are well educated makes it an added challenge to have your world views and beliefs be, at the very least, compatible with theirs.