5 tips to help you deal with rejection
Dealing with rejection is never an easy one as being rejected makes one go through an outburst of several negative emotions at once.
Rejection leaves you feeling bad and sometimes affects your self esteem.
The feeling of not being wanted by someone you’ve come to love or become attached with is indeed painful and a big deal.
This article will help you deal with rejection much better without having all those negativity and hurt for a long time.
One way to reduce the pain of rejection is being ready for it. Knowing that there is a possibility of that happening reduced the impart.
Here are 5 tips to will help you deal with it much better;
Allow yourself to feel all the emotions as it comes.
When rejection happens several negative emotion skyrocket within you. You either feel not worthy,sad, heartbroken and so many other ways.
But the point is this, do not try to subdue them, feel it, cry if that’s how you feel.
Allowing yourself feel all those emotion helps with the healing process.
Take a break from the person to cool off.
When someone rejects you, taking a break from them helps you heal much faster.
Cut off communication and if possible avoid meeting them till you are healed and ready to face them.
This is OK for your mental well being. Take a break from them and maybe when you are much better, you can still be friends.
Surround yourself with supportive people or take time to be alone
Its no doubt we handle things differently so depending on your personality, you can either get supportive people to discuss your current emotions with or take time away to deal with it yourself.
Whichever your preference, make certain you deal with your current emotional out burst well.
Think about it , digest it, accept it , talk to people if you can and then let it go.
You will feel relieved and much better after going through these phase.
Build yourself esteem and take care of yourself.
Despite the fact that having people around to talk to and listen to is is great, we need to learn to take care of ourselves.
Just engage in things that really make you happy. Make a list of all the things you are good at and remind yourself you are good enough.
This builds your self esteem greatly and make you see their is good in you after all.
Talk to a professional
Sometimes, we need a professional to help us bounce right back. We seek them out, speak to them about how we truly feel and they guide us through the process of feeling better and dealing with our emotions at that time.
Note: That one person rejected you doesn’t mean you ain’t worthy of being loved.
Could be because of the differences in your value system, your understanding, your beliefs and so many others.
Sometimes rejections are not so personal if we learn the real reason it happened , could be to your advantage at the end of the day.