Click to talk to a trained teen volunteer. Getting rejected can be hard. It can make you sad, hurt, surprised, or angry. In general, getting rejected rarely feels good. So how do people deal with it? This factsheet is to share some tools and strategies to help you prepare for, cope with, and recover from rejection.
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Dealing with Rejection
It's called the sting of rejection because that's exactly what it feels like: You reach out to pluck a promising "bloom" such as a new love interest , job opportunity , or friendship only to receive a surprising and upsetting brush-off that feels like an attack. It's enough to make you never want to put yourself out there ever again. And yet you must, or you'll never find the people and opportunities that do want everything you have to offer. So what's the best way to deal with rejection, and quash the fear of being rejected again?
Whether you were turned down for a date, dumped by someone you thought loved you, or hurt in some way by your long-term partner, the pain of rejection is undeniable. In fact, a study found that the brain responds similarly to physical pain as it does to social rejection. In other words, heartbroken people experience a physical hurt, psychologist and relationship expert Nicole McCance told HuffPost Canada in a phone interview. Rejection can occur both outside and inside of relationships, McCance said.