Managing Rejection

in blurtlatam •  5 days ago 


Managing Rejection



Most of the time when we are rejected or excluded in a way that affects our emotions and moods, it may be incredibly unpleasant and emotionally taxing, This frequently happens in our interpersonal interactions,The rejection I'm referring about is this one.

Evidently rejection may occur to everyone regardless of class or rank in all sectors of life, It may occur when you feel romantically attracted to someone who does not return the favor (this is the worst form of sensation) when you feel left out or neglected by friends or peers and it can also occur when your family disowns you or disapproves of your decisions.

The most significant sort of rejection in my opinion, can, nevertheless, come from within us (I'm not sure whether we understand what I mean). I believe that having a bad self-perception might cause us to believe that we are unlovable or undeserving of any kind of emotional ties, which can make us feel rejected, When we begin to experience this, it has an impact on how we interact with others around us and can even have a negative impact on a number of things.



I'm sure everyone will concur that rejection may be quite upsetting and can result in emotions like despair, loneliness and poor self-esteem, If you're having trouble with rejection, it's crucial to seek help from family, reliable friends,
or even a therapist because these emotions may have a lot of negative effects.

I will suggest that we attempt to constantly find the positive side of everything that happens to us if we are to cope with rejection appropriately. Because those days will come, I believe we should strive not to focus too much on all that has gone wrong in our lives. There will be moments when we don't feel fantastic, when we believe that everyone is against us and when we believe that no one loves us.

How prepared are we given that we are aware that these times will undoubtedly occur? When these moments do occur, we will need to find a way to get past them since there is so much more to life than one person's dislike of us.

Do we even know how many people are now living on Earth? Okay, so here's what I discovered online: there are more than 8 billion individuals in the globe right now, therefore it shouldn't matter in the slightest if one of them ghosts or rejects us, Starting to improve our self-worth and compassion for ourselves can help us better handle and bounce back from rejection in any manner.




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