Posts Tagged ‘rejection’

Rejected

Monday, August 24th, 2015

There is nothing most of us hate more than being rejected.

Who likes that?

Who wants one person, a group of people, or any collective unit to ignore, walk away from, bully, or in some other way

discard them by:

Rejecting your ideas

Rejecting your presence

Rejecting YOU

The above is painful. In fact so painful it can mean we withdraw from people places–life as we know it–just

so we aren’t subjected to that kind of pain again.

However, when our worst fear is realized and we are rejected our body and mind will heal if we allow that healing

process to begin.

Beginning the process is key.

Move through the rejection as you would a bad storm.

Keep righting yourself even when monstrous winds come along that knock you off your feet.

Get back up.

Ride it out and maintain calm the best you can.

A rejection can end up giving you an experience in which you gain strength wisdom and the foothold you need to

move toward a better life.

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Rejection of Poor Relationship Partnerships

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Rejection of poor relationship partnerships is a measure of acceptance of and faith in you. Some partnerships will prove to drain the life out of you. If you see red flags in the relationship at the beginning and ignore them chances are you will continue to ignore these red flags throughout the life of the relationship or until you can no longer ignore them. Do yourself a favor and make tough decisions early on.

See Rejection as a Catalyst

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

One thing you can do to make your life easier is to feel comfortable with rejection. Don’t get used to it but don’t let it drag you down to the place where you feel  you are a failure or that you’re doomed. Use it as a catalyst to find the golden opportunities that are waiting for you around the bend.

Encourage Your Creative Side

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Creative ideas reside in people’s minds but are trapped by fear or rejection. Create a judgment-free environment and you’ll unleash a torrent of creativity.   Alex Osborne