Rejection is part of the dating game. If you don’t put yourself out there, you’ll never meet someone you want to spend the rest of your life with. But rejection by someone you really like or are in love with can sting more than a wasp. There are ways in which you can deal with rejection to help you be better and more knowledgeable afterward.
Follow is the list to help those who are suffering from the same situation:
Expect Acceptance or Rejection before you ask her out
Before asking her out You should know rejection can be ultimate. Building your hopes up and planning your future together without her agreeing to it, isn’t a good idea. This will only lead to really bad disappointment. Remind yourself that she can either say ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
You’re not the first man in the history of rejection
Whether it is your first time being rejected or your twentieth time being rejected, remember that you are not alone. Throughout the ages, men have been rejected by women over and over again. It’s part of our natural way of life.
Give yourself time to get over it
No matter how many people console you or tell you that it will get better, being rejected can really hurt. Especially if it took you some time to build up the courage to ask her out. Give yourself a specific amount of time to get over the rejection. Deal with it by moping around for a few days or reading articles about how to deal with rejection better; like this article [Dating: Constant Rejection] on GoMarry.com.
Accept her answer and don’t freak out
Part of being a gentleman is accepting her answer. Don’t yell at her when she says ‘no’, this will only show her that she has made the right decision. If you accept her answer with grace and poise, like an adult, you will show her that she has perhaps made a mistake – you never know when she might come back to you.
Think about it
Think about the reasons why she might have rejected you. Is there something that you can improve within yourself to let someone accept you in the future. Maybe the rejection is nothing to do with you, perhaps she isn’t ready for a relationship or perhaps she has just gotten out of a relationship and need some time to heal. Make sense of it all to help you cope. If there is something you could do to improve your appearance or way you approach people, then do it.
Move on and spend time with others
The most important thing to do after a rejection is to move on. After being sad for some time it’s time you accept the rejection and move on. Spend time with friends and family. Have fun and meet new people. Start gaining back more confidence. Having confidence will let you pucker up the guts to ask someone else out in the future.