And if there is a way or if you could tell them how they can reject you without completely breaking you they what would you tell them?
I myself self have been rejected and I am also have to reject someone right now but I am not good at rejecting people and I don't often have to do that.
Most Helpful Guy
I'm okay with being rejected as long as they don't make a scene about it like "You're seriously asking me out"? "I am way out of your league and whatnot" and so forth1
Most Helpful Girl
The best way to do it is to be completely honest.
The worst for me was when I'd been talking with this guy for like 3 months and I started to like him and then right after things got a little sexual he dissappeared on me, which I was fine with because I trusted him and it appeared to be family issues again. Little did I know a week or two later I was very straight with him saying I was here & he needed to talk to someone. He talked to me. (That "family issue" I had assumed to be was a girl he had really liked showed back up in his life wanting to take it somewhere ) the point was he kinda pushed me away instead of being upfront & honest with me and thats what hurt me in the long run.
Just be honest. It will hurt them but it will be so so much better for that person in the long run & easier for them to get over.0