Respond to Rejection

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Sometimes the moment arrives just when you least expect it: she said no to being your prom date. He said no to going to the party with you. She said "Sorry, I don't want to be your girlfriend.". Instead of standing there like a loser, try memorizing these helpful steps.

Keep composure. This means as soon as they say no, don't let one hair fall out of place. Stand up straight and tilt your head to the right as if to say "Aw, that's okay. I almost feel sorry for you that you'll never see the real me." Set up a friendship. After your head cock, swallow in your tears and give a sly smile. Say "No big. Let's be friends."Give them a hug or handshake. Feel the moment. If a handshake is more appropriate at the time, by all means do the handshake, not the hug! The hug could make the situation even more awkward. Walk away. Don't try anything fancy to regain their liking. Just turn on your heel and go find someone to talk to.

Best wear good clothing and have your hair nice when asking someone out or to go to a dance with you. Try to avoid getting rejected in the first place.You can't avoid rejection really, you'd just be missing out on meeting some really cool people.Sometimes, offering to be friends with someone that has turned you down can be a bad idea. It can get awkward and may not actually be very much fun at all.


Maria said...

It's very hard to accept rejection. Even I don't like it. Because that is my weaknesses. And it feels really hurt.

But through rejection it gaves us motivation to continue and persuade.

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