Rejection plays a big part in all walks of life and online dating, like every other relationship, isn’t all flowers and butterflies all of the time.
Yet, like many before me have said, it isn’t the rejection you should focus on, but the way you deal with it and rebound.
The reality of life is that rejection will form a part of it––there will be occasions when your job application, your date request or your ideas for change will be rejected by someone, somewhere.
It is a healthy attitude to accept that rejection is a part of life and to acknowledge that what really matters is finding the way to bounce back and try again. You just need to keep your head up and move on because getting rejected is a normal part of life.
Since the dawn of time we’ve gathered together into tribes, cities, and nations in order to survive the dangers of the wild.
On a smaller scale, we form friendships, romantic relationships, and communities.
Think Like a Salesperson Have you ever had a job where you had to sell something expensive, such as a car or a set of diamond earrings?
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(CNN) -- Online dating seems like the pinnacle of modernity, an online meat market where glassy-eyed humans browse possible suitors, sorted for ease of shopping by size, shape and moral fabric. " Along with this savanna comes permission to do stuff that'd get you a drink in the face I. Sure, online dating could benefit from a protocol overhaul in terms of courtesy, but begging everyone to change the rules this late in the game would be stupid.
So advanced does it appear, so streamlined and slick-interfaced and "Jetsons"-esque, that it's easy to overlook a very basic truth: Online dating is the freaking savanna. As in, early humans tearing around the open grasslands without much regard for courtship courtesy. Instead, we'd like to tell you, starry-eyed romantics with big dreams of finding love: Toughen up. Stop weeping onto your keyboard in the online quest for love.
Does your love life feel like a broken record that keeps skipping the second date?