I had never been rejected before, this is something new to me, so I thought you might be more experienced than me in this, help?
Most Helpful Guy
The best way is to get on with your life, smile, have fun and be happy. Make the person irrelevant by moving on without them. You don't need to make any kind of grand gesture or bold statement. There is no point in trying to hurt them, it's a waste of your energy and it keeps you dedicated to them.
Rejection is part of life. Just remember that it doesn't define you or make you less valuable. Nobody can be all things to all people. I'm sure you reject certain food, clothing, music, hairstyles, etc. It doesn't make them bad, it just means that they're not for you. We should all learn not to character assassinate ourselves just because we are not the choice of one person out of millions. It serves no purpose to deconstruct ourselves every time we can't be more than who we are. Far better to look for the people that do value us and who we can add value to.1
Most Helpful Girl
Act like it never happened lol I've never actually been rejected but after break-ups : I would NEVER cry about it in public, that's for my pillow. Act like I feel freed and I'm better off anyway (which is usually the case anyway) and then somehow they always want me back? Mind boggling.0