Aside from the scoliosis-like symptoms, I haven't had any headaches about that, though. I should settle down with what I have, perhaps.
And accept the intimidation.
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...and here you guys, talking about intimidation. Haha.
That's how it works in basketball. Talent > size.
Talking about intimidation itself and not giving a damn to it is more intimidating than size. It's natural talent.
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Not as much intimidation as freak out I suppose. I would assume the latter is more probable, in the cases that they are really direct, so to speak. Of course I don't mean freaking out as in grabbing your head and scream out, but you know, more like tiresome, disturbing etc.
But I guess you can feel intimidated if extroverted people have a really strong presence. I'm rather extroverted myself so I rarely feel like someone else completely dominates me.
I don't consider myself extroverted or introverted. I'm both at different times. But some people have said they're felt intimidated by me at first when they don't know me. I guess it depends on what day it is. Then when they get to know me better they end up surprised in some way. Hard to explain I guess, I don't really get it myself.
Quite the self-reflection you got there. Interesting.