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Why Rejection is a Good Thing

It doesn’t matter who you are, you can be the most confident person alive and rejection can bump your ego or hurt your feelings. Although it can be painful, when it comes to finding love, rejection can be a good thing.

Finding love is a numbers game. After all, the man of your dreams isn’t going to magically knock on your front door – unless you invite him over. You have to be proactive about meeting people because the more people you meet, the more chances you have of making a connection with one of them.

Once you make a connection, it’s up to you to do a little investigating to find out if that person is someone you want to pursue a relationship with. Meanwhile, it’s important to remember that the other person is doing the same thing. He’s evaluating whether or not he wants to be with you.

So, when someone decides that he doesn’t want to pursue a relationship with you, it’s important to ignore your ego and remember not to take it personally. Think about it, would you want him to take it personally if you decided he wasn’t right for you?

Rejection is just part of the process of narrowing to one person who is a great match for you. By getting crossed off someone’s list, you are then free to continue your selection process. Think of it as the universe bringing you one step closer to the right person.

Rejection is also good because it’s proof that you’re actively trying to find your match. That alone is something to be proud of. That said, we dare you to start racking up rejections.

Will you take the dare?

Remember, we’re cheering you on!




  1. GraceKelly

    May 13, 2013

    It makes sense, but it’s still HARD! I went out with a guy la couple weeks ago and had an awesome date. Then I never heard from him again. I don’t care who you are – that makes you question yourself!

  2. Heather

    March 26, 2014

    This is so so so so true.

    • fdadmin

      March 26, 2014

      Heather, thanks for commenting. We’re so glad you agree. Cheers to getting rejected!

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