It’s mood congruency that we have to thank—the phenomenon that once we’re in a bad mood, we’re more likely to stay in a bad mood. There are just some days when we wake up miserable. So if psychology tells us that we’re essentially stuck feeling down if we happen to start off our day on the wrong foot, is there hope in turning it around?

Then I started thinking about rejection, and why it fucking sucks (Or doesn’t suck). Nobody likes rejection, and it sticks to your mind like glue. Was I not good enough? Did I do something wrong? Why didn’t they want me? But, then I thought more and realized that rejection isn’t a bad thing.