T.I.P.S: The Rejection (NO) Part 2

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Whenever we experience a painful rejection, we find it very difficult to think clearly and it makes us do abominable things. Most times, we contribute to the low self esteem rate by our careless thoughts and actions.

Feeling alone and disconnected after a rejection, however, has an often overlooked impact on our behavior. Research has shown that rejection is a major reason why suicide is committed. Some people can’t just stand being on the receiving end and even though they convey the same message(rejection) to others.

Rejection is just another way to kill a person’s self esteem. When a person feels rejected, he/she tends to feel bad about it, their personality and most times develop low self esteem. When it comes to public places, they are scared of being rejected and ridiculed. So they keep shut and be a silent observer.

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Ridicule also, can be another way to show rejection and it makes the receiving party ashamed and most time wants to get defensive which could result into a fight. Ridicule also makes a person hate his/her personality because he/she believes that they will be rejected at any slight mistake.

Therefore, ridicule is a major way of rejection and it should not be condoned in any school, home, church, work place etc. When people reject you it simply means you either have not done what you ought to do or you have not built yourself the way you ought to be. Do not feel bad about it, do not hate yourself. The only thing you need to do you is work on yourself and build yourself.

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Prosper Smart is a Motivational Writer, Talent Manager & Model Scout. Optimist and always passionate about broadcasting, willing to learn and improve at all possible levels.

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