I was inspired by a mytake to ask this question. The mytake owner claimed that rejecting someone made her feel empowered. So it got me thinking.
So tell me what you think. Does rejecting someone make you feel empowered?
- Yes, it's empowering8% (5)19% (10)13% (15)Vote
- It's somewhat empowering17% (10)17% (9)17% (19)Vote
- No, it's not empowering75% (45)64% (35)70% (80)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
I don't think so, I feel really bad and I just wished for him to find someone else. I feel really bad when I get rejected so by default I feel like I am a bad guy who is hurting their feelings. I guess I am kind of sensitive. I don't feel empowered or better or anything like that.0
Most Helpful Guy
When you reject someone what happens? You lose your partner. When you lose any of your possessions how do you feel. You feel lost. You feel that you are not worthy. You feel you don't deserve to lose your happiness. People who think they feel empowered when they reject someone are really not good people. They minds are tuned in a wrong way. Their only purpose in life is to hurt others. To empower your self should mean to bring happiness in yourself by caring for others. Not the other way round. Whe you empower yourself , you should empower others.0