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Today we will talk about things you would remember when rejection hurts. Sometimes people don’t notice the things we do for them until we stop doing them. And sometimes the more chances you give, the more respect you lose. Enough is enough. Never let a person get comfortable with disrespecting you. You deserve better. You deserve to be with someone who makes you smile, someone who doesn’t take you for granted, someone who won’t leave you hanging. Some chapters in our lives have to close without closure. There’s no point in losing yourself by trying to fix what’s meant to stay broken. Take a deep breath. Inner peace begins the moment you decide not to let another person or event control your emotions. You really can’t take things other people say about you too personally. What they think and say is a reflection of them, not of you. Those with the strength to succeed in the long run are the ones who build themselves up with the bricks others have thrown at them. Let your scars remind you that the damage someone has inflicted on you has left you stronger, smarter, and more resilient. When you lose someone or something, don’t think of it as a loss, but as a gift that lightens your load so that you can better travel the path meant for you.

Come back tomorrow for more on rejection.

Reference : https://www.marcandangel.com/2021/03/28/20-things-to-remember-when-rejection-hurts/#more-833

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Sowmya says:

    Wonderful notes on ways to handle rejection 👍

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you Sowmya. Rather than suppress, ignore, or deny the pain, mentally strong people acknowledge their emotions. They admit when they’re embarrassed, sad, disappointed, or discouraged. They have confidence in their ability to deal with uncomfortable emotions head-on, which is essential to coping with their discomfort in a healthy manner. I can definitely learn from this 🙂

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      1. Sowmya says:

        Absolutely

        Liked by 1 person

      2. GS says:

        Glad you agree

        Liked by 1 person

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