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Remember the last time you felt the sting of rejection? It hurts, doesn't it? It might have been an unreturned phone call, an unanswered email, or an unkind comment. We often take it personally when we don't receive the kind words of appreciation we were expecting. However, ninety-nine percent of the time, it turns out that the person on the other end had no intention of hurting us. It's our own thinking that causes the problem. We become a prisoner of our own thoughts.
Before lashing out in response to rejection, make sure you have the facts straight. Most "rejections" turn out to have just been harmless talk, well-intentioned criticism, or a lack of response because of an email not getting through or an unintentional memory lapse. I learned this the hard way, mind you, but my strategy now is to wait a bit and let my frustration die down.
Then I assume the very best of the other person and try to find out what happened and where things stand between us. Only if the situation repeats itself do I consider moving away from the relationship - a rare event indeed.Is there something you're taking personally right now? Try rejecting rejection instead!
"No one can reject me without my permission."