Dealing With Rejection

Dealing With Rejection

Rejection is a common experience. Even the word rejection gives you a strange tightness in your chest, a pit in your stomach and a furrowed brow. There re a lot of ways that we have been taught to deal with rejection. For many women, we are even taught that it’s a sign that a man actually likes you but this article might change the way you look at unrequited feelings.

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When your partner leaves you, getting over the heartbreak can feel like an impossible task.

What you may need to process the pain is a change in perspective, philosopher Alain de Botton says in a new illustrated video from The School of Life.

“Don’t attempt to minimize what’s happened,” he says. “Being brave
has no place here. Allow your sadness so much room, so much time, so
many melancholic songs, hot baths and indulgent meals, you eventually bore yourself back into an appetite for life.”

Once you’ve acknowledged your sadness and had some good cries, try not to blame your ex too harshly for the breakup.

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