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Why Rejection Hurts and What You Can Do Differently

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There is nothing quite like the feeling of rejection. Whether it’s from your first choice of colleges, a relationship gone awry, or a layoff at your job; we all know this terrible feeling.

A question asked by many is: why does rejection hurt and what can we do differently so we don’t feel so bad? Why Rejection Hurts To be told that you’re not wanted, that you’re not needed, or that there is someone or something better, is hard to hear.

Our brains, our egos, and our hearts can’t make sense of it. Our defenses flair up, our minds race, and the by-product of rejection is usually feeling either terrible about yourself, or warding off this terrible feeling by dismissing it.

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