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What to Remember When You Struggle With Rejection-Sensitive Dysphoria in High Rejection Rate Industries

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So, you have rejection-sensitive dysphoria (RSD) and you decided to work in a high rejection rate job. I’m not judging. In fact, I’m that person with RSD who works in not one, but two to three high rejection rate industries.

I’m a writer and performer by trade, meaning I’ve heard no more than I’ve heard my own name. In the beginning, I was a bit naive and thought I’d be an exception to the rule, and then I wasn’t.

I was rejected left and right by publications, literary agents, editors, casting directors, casting teams, and people whose names I have never even heard.

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