Whoa, how’d this page open on your phone? Weird, right? Because you’ve never been rejected – and we definitely haven’t either.
Cool. Cool. Cool cool cool.
Alright, fine. We’ll admit it. We know what rejection feels like. And to be honest, dealing with rejection and knowing how to handle being rejected by a girl is a good thing. Both for you personally, and your dating life. Here’s why.
Become a pro at handling rejection and you’ve become a pro at dating.
WHAT TO DO IF A GIRL REJECTS YOU
Become a pro at handling rejection and you’ve become a pro at dating. Where’s Roll Safe at?
- Respect and accept their decision. Put yourself in their shoes: if you’d just rejected someone and they kept trying to ask you out you’d wonder why they didn’t get the message the first time.
- Don’t take it personally. Everyone has different tastes. Someone out there doesn’t like pizza. And everyone loves pizza. There will be plenty of other people out there who like you.
- Think about it. If you’re still struggling with how to deal with rejection, then have a think for a sec. They would have said no because it wouldn’t have worked in their mind. And whilst you could become a supervillain and invent a mind control machine, it’s probably best to just move on.
- Do something you enjoy. Take your mind off being rejected by a girl and do something more fun. And it won’t be hard to find something more fun than getting rejected by your crush!
- Speak to your mates. Chances are, you’re not going to be the only person you know that’s been rejected when you’ve asked someone out. You and your friends might even be able to help each other in handling rejection.
- Move on. Dealing with rejection is tough but you’ll figure out how to move on sooner or later. And try not to redirect all of your rejection energy into finding someone else – just enjoy being single and you’ll meet someone who’s right for you eventually.
Figuring out what to do after being rejected by a girl or guy is good for your personal life too. And the earlier you learn, the happier you’ll be in life. Imagine never being rejected until you’re like 45 years old – you’d be so confused. Although don’t go thanking whoever rejected you for helping you out; you might at least leave a good lasting impression and be chill about it.
The most important thing to remember is that getting rejected by a girl isn’t the end of the world, but it could be the start of a whole other universe of dating opportunities.
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