In this article, we decided to share with you how to overcome a fear of rejection. Fear of rejection is one of the main reasons why many guys are afraid to approach the girls they like and why many girls refuse to approach the guys they like.
Our life is a struggle between our need for acceptance, our fear of rejection, and a desire to not care at all. When you give yourself permission to communicate what matters to you in every situation you will have peace despite rejection or disapproval.
I would rather go through the pain of rejection and learn from it than be too scared to not go after my dreams.
When you give yourself permission to communicate what matters to you in every situation you will have peace despite rejection or disapproval. Putting a voice to your soul helps you to let go of the negative energy of fear and regret. Shannon L. Alder
How To Overcome Fear of Rejection
To solve this problem you need to understand how you create and maintain a negative image of yourself, to re-examine the realism, logic, and pragmatism of that kind of reasoning.
When a person gains insights into how he or she creates self-defeating attitudes toward himself/herself, he/she can give up on them and begin to think in a way that is realistic, logical, and self-helping.
In addition to changes in the way we think and perceive ourselves, there is also a need for practice, that is, the application of what has been learned in practice, in real-life situations. As long as a person avoids situations in which this fear occurs, they cannot solve this problem.
Only when confronted with their fears, but now in a new, constructive way, will a person be able to gradually but successfully overcome them. Most people give up at the 1st sign of defeat…
Some have experienced very painful experiences, rejection directed at them personally – in the form of absolute rejection and rejection of them and of what they are.
Others were not rejected because of their essence, but the rejection was about their desires and needs.
Many have experienced rejection as a presently unfavorable condition, which says nothing about them, but is only related to that context, to the person who is in a position to reject them and their possibly inconvenient nature.