Despair by Tommy Cavarela

Despair by Tommy Cavarela

Let’s just admit it, should we? There are times when we all have to deal with rejection. It doesn’t matter if it’s terrible first date or failure upon failure whilst interviewing for your once-in-a-life-time dream job. At times, it can feel as if the entire weight of the world is pushing down on your shoulders, can’t it? It makes it even harder to stay positive, we know.

It’s a simple fact that most people just don’t know how to deal with and manage stress. After all, it’s become such a daily part of our lives in an ever-evolving technological world, hasn’t it? Well, it doesn’t have to be.

Once you understand the underlying reasons for what’s causing stress and worry in your life, you can learn to manage and ultimately eliminate it.

It’s Important to Understand What You Feel, Before You Heal
This may seem obvious to some. However, it’s easier said than done, isn’t it? But it’s truly key to being able to heal from the loss of a partner or the end of a relationship. It’s good to remember that everyone suffers from the emotions of grief and its symptoms including hopelessness, anxiety and heartache.

They are all common, though some manage to deal with them better than others – or rather, they conceal them better than others. Though, there is no reason to conceal these feelings. They’re not wrong. They are all a part of the healing process and the road to recovery. You should not feel guilty about any of these feelings.

It comes down to understanding how these emotions make you feel. By doing so, you will be able to help yourself in finding a solution to resolving and ultimately moving past them.

Rejection is Inevitable
It is truly inevitable. At some point in our life we will face rejection. Whether it is from an employer or a new love. We’ve all been on a first date that we thought was going perfect, but the other person didn’t, haven’t we? We’re even bound to face rejection at some point in our social life.

The best way to handle these situations is to have a proper understanding on how to deal with the bad and move forward with the good. Don’t let the trauma of bad experiences bog you down and hold you back from enjoying your life. You can be assured that the other party involved certainly won’t, so why should you?

Rejection is a Natural Part of Life
As we’ve mentioned already, we’re all going to suffer from the inevitably of rejection at some stage.

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Despair by Tommy Cavarela

It’s not just the common man that’s going to face it. Even the rich and fabulous have to deal with ther fair share of rejections. Do you think that they do not have their own struggles in  life? Never been turned down by a women/man or for a job they really wanted? It doesn’t matter who we are or what are status in life is, be it office clerk or Hollywood celebrity heartthrob. We’re all going to experience it.

Though, failure doesn’t mean the end of the world. No, not at all. Instead, you should treat failure as a way of learning and improving yourself for the better. It allows you to see potential flaws, which you can learn from, allowing you to improve yourself for the better. Don’t wallow on a bad experience, take it into account and move forward with a positive outlook on life. Because, though you may feel bad now, it is guaranteed to pass later.

Rejection can lead to Insecurity
It’s hard for many of us to actually understand this, in the moment we are enduring a negative experience. That doesn’t stop it from being true, though, does it?

When we are suffer from rejection or are criticized by a loved one, a boss or a close friend, we tend to feel insecure and retreat into ourselves. It leads to negative feelings that we’re no good. It can make us feel utterly hopeless. At times, it can feel like the pain will never go away, can’t it?

As human beings, we will never truly get used to the feeling and dread of being abandoned or threatened. It is important that we understand and come to terms with the fragile nature of our life, as we remind ourselves that we are only human.

We all have a vulnerable side and it is completely okay to feel bad after experiencing rejection. But just look at these reality programmes such as X-Factor. How do you think the contestants on that show deal with being criticised so harshly? But the upside of that criticism is that they can use that very opportunity of “failure” to move forward.

We typically tend to think that rejection is inevitably a bad thing. Not coming first in a contest is bad, failing in our relationship or marriage is bad. Anything that we don’t triumph at the first time isn’t necessarily bad. Things aren’t that black and white.

When you are met with critique or rejection, it doesn’t mean that you’re a bad lover, a terrible friend or a poor employee. No, that’s not the case at all and deep down, you know it, don’t you? Instead, it simply means you’ve been shown the wrong way to do something, before being able to accomplish it the correct way.

Through learning to manage and ultimately deal with the pain and fear of rejection, you will in turn understand which pain is worth suffering before finally attaining your goals.

You must, however, always allow yourself time to understand and come to terms with what you’re experiencing. In doing so, you can talk to someone you trust. It is incredibly important to your recovery. Be it a family member, a best friend or a health care professional, letting someone know how you feel will allow you to dispense of the pain.

During these times of suffering, many people seek out a psychic reading, helping them to understand their fear of rejection or a troubled relationship. The top professional physics here at under the Top Psychic Section will certainly be able to assist in digesting and exploring your emotions, providing you with a deep insight into where your suffering comes stems from and allowing you to see the potential to move past it with a bright outlook on the future. Who knows, maybe a new relationship or job is right around the corner?

It might sound like a cliché, but it is completely true. It’s up to you whether you choose to go down the path of despair and denial or get back on the wagon and take another shot.