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Which is your hardest (to deal with) rejection?
« on: May 25, 2023, 06:58:52 PM »

I mean which rejection you couldn't deal with easily and you even cried (or wanted to cry)? I remembered that one when the girl was very pretty (attractive accordingly my taste) but she doesn't want to meet me second time and her excuses and rejections were like: "I will meet you only if there is a chance (by chance).", "I am busy with the college homeworks.", "Is that necessary to meet you?", "I don't understand why do you like me?", "I am not sure if you're a good man.", "I don't think we even can be friends.", "I don't want to meet you but if you're happy it's okay. Just be happy!"  ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) The full story in my free e-book about the 500 rejections: http://www.seo-forum-seo-luntan.com/psychology/500-rejections/msg49452/#msg49452 (Rejection #31).
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Re: Which is your hardest (to deal with) rejection?
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2023, 07:02:58 PM »
I think it's too much waste of time to try being so patient and to explain yourself, to teach her the basics of the life, to hope and to ask her more and to spend more and more time, efforts... but when you like someone very much maybe the hope dies last?

I think for me it was that unforgettable girl who tricked me to sent her my personal photos first but later found all those excuses not to send me hers. But no problem because later she realized her mistake and even tried to be good recently. She sent me this "No problem!

I wasn't always nice to you in the past so I'm trying to make up for it." And I like her very much, you know...
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Re: Which is your hardest (to deal with) rejection?
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2023, 07:04:38 PM »
All of them when you're really in love. ::)
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Re: Which is your hardest (to deal with) rejection?
« Reply #3 on: May 29, 2023, 04:23:54 PM »
 I suppose that for most of the people the hardest one is the that coming from the most valued person. Usually, from the one-it-is (a.k.a. oneitis; Oneitis), which is the most precious in your life. Makes sense, right? But people are different. Maybe there will be those who will think: "My one-it-is is a queen, an angel. It's so normal to reject me but I'm okay with that because I'm proud that at least I told her how do I feel about her! 8)" and at the same time, the same ones to be very upset, very frustrated about a rejection coming from some female that they don't like that much (like "What?! She is low-tier Becky, she is not that pretty, she's not rich, she is even not working and having no decent education! And she is rejecting me, who have got anything more than her?! Why? How?! :( :((") :)
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