It’s hard to jump right back into things after being rejected, but trust me – mourning at home for the second weekend in a row about the ‘relationship that could have been’ is a waste of time.
You are missing out on dating guys who actually want to be with you.
Take a much needed personal day to pamper yourself, whatever your heart desires.
Refocus all that energy you used on dating him on yourself.
Not only is it unattractive, but it’s also a big turn off and can lead to a premature end to your new relationship.
Take time to fully mourn and heal from the rejections of the past before moving on to someone new.
But remember, these familiar and angry tactics often hurt you more than they help.
Yeah, it sucks being dumped, but the best way to handle a dating tumble is to get right back up, dust yourself off and get back at it!
Women are often berated for being emotional, especially when it comes to romance and relationships.
PLUS: The Growing Pains of Rejection: To Love and Value Myself When receiving “reject texts or emails” I’d react off of anger and spite – and that never EVER worked.
Not only did it make me look crazy, but usually my responses were laced with name calling, profanity and spiteful blows to the guy’s character (and manhood, yikes! As good as it feels to give that dickhead a piece of your mind (and tell him he’s going to miss out on all the great sex you have to offer) it won’t help much.Are you all too familiar with hearing, “It’s not you, it’s me”? Just last week I was rejected by yet another guy I thought I hit it off with.