You may not be able to control rejection, but you certainly can control the way you mentally and emotionally respond to rejection.
Rule 1: Don’t deny what has occurred
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Thank you for all the roadblocks. Thank you for steering my life in another direction. Thank you for allowing me to realize that there’s more than one way to take. There’s more than one life for me to live.
Being able to accept rejection is one of the secret formulas in order to succeed in life. It’s part of moving on in order to have we really deserve.
When he rejects you, you’re allowed to not be okay.
“We hurt, too. We want to be told nice things, too.”
We all have to fail sometimes, but that doesn’t make it hurt any less.
You’re self-absorbed. You boast and talk unceasingly about yourself. You’re not interested in listening to others; when someone tries to share a thought, you high jack the conversation, turning the focus back on to you.
Those rejections may heavily cloud above our lives and block the light, but notice that the darker they get, the more visible the silver linings become.