How Do I Deal With Rejection
Redefining Rejection

It's totally normal to experience rejection while dating. Don't take it personally. Rejection has nothing to do with who you are as a person. Consider that your date may not have been a good fit for you. Sometimes rejection can feel like a huge blow to our self-esteem, but it doesn't have to be that way. Think of it as a chance to find someone who’s a better match for you.

How Do I Deal With Rejection? Moving On Feels Too Hard.

Moving On

It's important to pick yourself up and keep moving forward. Keep an optimistic and open mind about your dating life, and see a rejection as merely a stepping stone to meeting the right person. Take care of yourself, and indulge in what you’re passionate about.

Yash (He/They) shares, "Remember that rejections are part of the process, and with patience and persistence you can find meaningful connections. It might take time but keep trying. Sometimes moving on is the hardest thing to do, but take a pause, sit down, and say to yourself that you love you the most! It’s also important to process your feelings since only then you will know it’s not on you.”

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