Or perhaps you’ve felt like your partner’s been changing lately. When you’re in the middle of such a confusing situation, it can be difficult to find the answers on your own.
And there’s nothing more reassuring than some trustworthy advice from someone who’s not inside your own head!
Everyone experiences rejection and criticism - and normally more than just once!But the good news is that you get to decide how it makes you feel: will you let it beat you, or will you seize it as an opportunity to grow, develop and become mentally stronger? If you’ve felt badly let down in previous relationships - however old you were and for whatever reason - rejection may now ‘prove’ your belief in the fact that you’re not worthy of being loved and cherished.For further information on your particular situation, be sure to also follow the relevant link(s) for even more help: Either way, it’s going to hurt.If you’ve been feeling rejected for some time, you’ve probably been tying yourself in knots trying to figure out what’s gone wrong.Good days may still be intermingled with really lousy days, but you can expect to be on the right track.
So, if you’re here today because you’ve suddenly been rejected, my very best advice for you right now is to give yourself time to heal.
First, though, I’ve got plenty of advice to help you start finding your way through the maze of the feelings you’re going through right now...
The way you feel will be part of your very personal response to bad news and/or being let down by someone important to you.
The pain you experience does NOT say anything about your strength of character!
As human beings we have a strong need to feel secure.
But when you’re rejected, your sense of security is threatened. Depending on the form of rejection and its duration, you can feel anything from temporarily overwhelmed to constantly being at the mercy of low self-esteem.