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Rejection is really the fear of failure. And fear is a result of many factors. Rejection often stems from our insecurities, which can be triggered by several factors present in our everyday lives – our jobs, friendships, and relationships, for example. How we deal with rejection has a lot to do with how we perceive ourselves. If we don't feel good about ourselves, or worse, feel like we aren't good enough, we're likely to reject others before they can reject us. And that can be a very dangerous thing to do. Rejection means someone thought enough of you to let you know they're not interested. It means people took enough time to think and care about your feelings. Rejection is a big deal, whether it's from a boss, significant other, or friend. People want to connect with others who reflect their values. So when someone is rejected, it can feel like a hit to the ego and more. At times, we feel rejected by others. We may even feel rejected by people we love or think about ourselves.

Rejection can make us feel like we aren't good enough. It's common to feel sad, hurt, or angry when rejected. We may wrestle with other feelings such as shame or guilt. We may also be afraid that we'll keep being rejected if we try again. But rejection doesn't mean someone isn't liked, valued, or important. It's natural to feel hurt when something painful happens, especially when we are emotionally invested in an outcome. Rejection can have a powerful impact on us, but our feelings of hurt don't reflect on the value of the person who rejected us. It's what we do next that counts. Rejection hurts. But it's impossible to avoid it altogether People who become too afraid of rejection might hold back from going after something they want. Sure, they avoid rejection, but they're guaranteed to miss out on what they want but won't try for. The truth is that rejection is an inevitable part of life. But it's not an indication about the value of who you are. In fact, the people that wind up experiencing the most success in life are not those who avoid rejection altogether, but those who learn how to handle rejection better than anyone else. Even careful, well-prepared proposals won't get every answer you want. You're going to get rejected plenty of times. But rejection hurts less when you're prepared for it and have a good mindset about it. Finally, good preparation for rejection gives you another benefit: It makes you better able to negotiate when you're hearing "no." In this case, after you've been turned down, you can ask thoughtful questions to guide the conversation and to improve your chances of getting a better answer.

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To he honest hearing the word "NO" always lower my self-esteem.

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Many people also face this reality

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Papratapapratya Everyone is scared when they hear the name of rejection. There is no one in the world who does not fear rejection. It hurts our person. Fewer people can turn around after being rejected .

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No one does, but we must learn to accept it

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Rejection can happen for this world we lived are full of ups and downs, but it doesn't mean that we are already defeated, we have to remain fighting despite being rejected.

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Yes, we should not give up because of rejection

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Look at rejection as a stepping stone. When you do, you realize that those difficult experiences helped lead you to other successes in your life. Specifically, it highlights habits, actions, or thoughts that you can improve on. It helps you shift your focus from how you messed up to how you can become better.

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Yeah, perspective helps to view it in a better way

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