Dating is quite common. We’re all looking forward to finding our perfect partner, but not everyone who cares will be interested in us. However, we must remember that it is good to be rejected. Some of us take it a little more than others.
Self-assessment questions to help you deal with appointment rejection
Rejection of any kind is bad. But rejection of appointments seems to leave much more trauma. If it’s more common than you might expect, you’ll need to ask yourself these self-assessment questions that may answer your confusion:
1. What do I focus on? What do I have or what do I miss?
When we are happy and rewarded with our lives, it is noticeable in our actions and words. People who are confident appreciate what they have and know what they want. These people seem to be more attractive to the opposite sex.
Instead of wallowing in self-pity for things you don’t have or haven’t achieved, look at your life more and start appreciating what you have. It will change your vision and how you behave.
2. What will it take to love me?
If you do not love yourself, it will be seen in your appearance and how you present yourself to others. It’s such an important deviation if all you’re talking about is how sorry you are. Naturally, people will walk away from you.
3. Am I chasing the right people?
You may be asking for dates in the wrong places and asking the wrong people. They may be from a different league or share different interests. You should probably re-evaluate your priorities. Are you after an adventure or a long-term relationship?
4. Am I making a living or living my life?
People who know how to live their lives are safer. Those who see life as a sad process also project the same sadness on others. Why would anyone want to date someone so sad? You need to change your outlook on life, then love will follow.
Prevents appointment rejection from happening again. Well, if it happens, at least you know what to ask yourself so you can re-evaluate what’s going on. Then you can move in the right direction. For more tips, read other blog posts.
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