Often, the first reactions to rejection, especially if your hopes for a positive response were quite high, are shock and denial. Denial is a defense mechanism that involves a refusal to accept reality, thus blocking external events from awareness. The human mind tends to respond by refusing to acknowledge rejection or by denying that it did happen.
Except you were unjustly rejected, in which case it is necessary to take action towards rebuttal, begin to move past the feeling of denial and get to a point where you can begin to deal with the situation. … More 4 Pointers to Help You Handle Rejection
This is about things we never thought needed forgiveness, little things we believed we could let slide, but keep hurting our memories whenever we are reminded of them. Forgiveness is not only applicable when there is a present physical damage, but even for things that don’t count at that time. To truly let those seemingly little things go, you have to put Love into action. … More Let Little Things Go
In general, life happen to us all. As often as not, these mistakes and painful events weren’t deliberate or personal. Sometimes, they just don’t know what they were doing; they were as naive, as ignorant and as human as anyone could be.
Don’t label people and events as ‘good’ and ‘bad’. As good or bad as those events or persons might have seem at the time, it is how we allow it affect us that is the real ‘good’ or ‘bad’. There are two ways to go about it: … More Accepting What is Done