Your mind, when it fears something is usually trying to protect you.For example, if you’re in a fearful state about relationships then it’s less likely that you’ll put yourself in ‘danger’ by dating people.
The most important thing is to not dwell on the rejection itself and see if it can be used in a positive light. Usually a person’s fear of rejection is a tell-tale sign of where they’re least confident in their lives.
For example, if a person fears being rejected because of their income or looks, they may themselves believe that they should be earning more or be better looking to be worth someone else’s time.
As a result, "rejection" is an important topic for successful and respectful dating and relating.
It also has two sides: I will address "managing" in this article and speak to "declining" in Part 2.
At this point, some of you may be wondering why I am using such "elaborate" language to discuss the topic.
Thus far, I've said: I have done so because saying "getting rejected", or "he/she got rejected", or even "coping with rejection" sends the wrong message.Welcome back to The Attraction Doctor I've received multiple requests to discuss a difficult dating topic - "dealing with rejection". The misconceptions, bad behavior, and hard feelings surrounding rejection can sometimes create deep wounds.I've seen too many good men and women suffer needlessly because of it.In life there are a multitude of reasons why we stop ourselves from having certain experiences or getting involved in particular situations.Usually they have very little to do with our capability or potential and are much more to do with fear.For now, I hope to reverse some of the misconceptions surrounding "rejection", and help individuals avoid the negative emotional experiences that often accompany it.