It can be tough not to take rejection personally when the interaction that provokes it is as personal as it gets.
Like the time someone told me on our first date that unless I would be open to a threesome, it wasn’t going to work. And it’s true that when a guy lets me know it’s over, or doesn’t pursue me to begin with, he is essentially saying, “I don’t want you.” But there are two pronouns in that assertion, and after I’ve heard it, I only need to pay attention to one of them. Because regardless of whom else is interested, I want to be with me, and I always will.
” First and foremost, you need to realize and understand the worst-case scenario when you approach a woman.
Sure, on a bad day (for any number of reasons) a woman may act coldly towards you, or totally ignore you when you approach her.
With these simple steps, you can work through a romantic rejection and get back into the dating game in no time.
In addition to these kinds of minor rejections, we are still vulnerable to serious and more devastating rejections as well.
When people think of dating, they think of giving their potential date the moves, slipping in some smooth talk and then feeling awesome when it all just clicks and comes together.
Unfortunately that's rarely the case, as these gents found out.
Most women have this inexplicable need to make every guy want them and then they get upset when they find one who doesn’t and start to wonder what’s wrong with them.
The biggest obstacle standing between most guys and their dream relationship is that they never even try approaching great women…all because they’re scared of being “rejected.” Of course, it’s easy for guys to convince themselves that they’re trying. They go to the gym and maybe they even ask a woman out once in awhile.