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Whether it was a girl who rejected you for an amorous relationship, or a guy for a friendship, or whatever, rejection does not decrease you in any way, it does not take anything away from you.With that said, even if the persons motive was to deliberately hurt you the absolute best thing you can do is be friendly, show you're unfazed, unaffected.No one likes a little bitch who can't take no for an answer without throwing a fit and a pout, so be the bigger man and OWN that situation dude, make them uncomfortable with how little they can affect you ;)
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Trust me on this if you ignore them or do anything bad they will know that they affected you. But on the other if you acted as normal as you can talk to them smile and everything they will stunned 《this guy forgot about me , he has moved on and matured i guess he's a better person now》.
You don't give any details on what transpired, so hard to really answer the best. But I always try to salvage these types of scenarios, because hate animosity if it can be slightly repaired. At least I would just smile at them and keep on with what I'm doing. No real effort needed. Shows I am over it.
I would ignore them so much that they will even doubt their own existence
How can u do that? Once in a life u were crushing on them?
Easy. Ignore the crush you had and the nostalgic feeling and concentrate on what was done wrong to you. You said they rejected you badly well think of that. I'm assuming maybe it was something sad and cruel you didn't say much.
hahahaha a guy who had a huge crush on me that i rejected several times did this to me. it made me feel unimportant and irrelevant so then i was desperately trying to get his attention! lol gotta say it does in fact work stupid as it may sound!
Not sure what you mean... I wouldn't try to see someone like that in social settings. If I did see them, I would avoid one on one time. Some times you can't avoid them. What's best is to keep your mouth shut and avoid disclosing personal feelings. Try to be respectful and move on. Resentment only affects you, the object of your resentment doesn't feel your pain.
If they wanna interact with me then fine, I can be cordial and polite. And I'm not a douchebag, I'm not gonna go trying to start shit with her. But I'm done going out of my way to make her happy. I /literally/ would've killed to make her happy (not that she was the type of person to genuinely want someone killed). But she had that before and she gave it up for a new penis. It's no longer my desire or obligation to make her happy, so the most and least she gets now is polite indifference.
I might seem friendly to them at first in reality it is to see if they have the balls to say the same things face to face. I will then decide how I want to handle the situation. I have a military background so it's easy to read a person and fall back on training.
I often behave like I don't know them but sometimes the situation requires eyecontact or some contact. Then I just smile. I would never want them to know how much they hurt me, instead I want to show them I am strong and smiling. Well, one guy I had such a messy past with that I actually cursed out loud by mistake when I met him accidentally. But I had met him every now and then, so it was what bugged me. The guy seemed to stalk me or at least he wanted to hang out nearby where I lived.
This makes me think about living in the past. It's hard, but I would rather let it go and move on. I won't go out of my way to talk to him. I'll just live my life and ignore him. I wouldn't pay attention basically. If we talk, we talk. Whatever.
I voted c. Now I don't know the story so I don't know if that's what you should do. Personally I think I would try to own the situation. Show that you're above what happened and that you're over it. Act confident, smile and maybe even say hi. But don't waste time talking to them
I try to avoid most people to start with but make those I don't like or had bad interactions an avoid at all cost type of thing
I ignore them completely. Its like they don't even deserve my attention. Just don't try to be too rude. Talk if it's a group discussion, don't sulk in a corner to avoid them. Be happy that others who care for you are there.
Fuck those kind of people. Give theme one and only ONE harsh look. Then go about your business. Period. Dont even talk about it to other people. Move on so they know, they are not cared about from u!
I would casually acknowledge/greet them, nothing too special, and go about my way. I'll just make sure that I look amazing while doing it.Whether they respond or not is on them, really.
Make it clear that they're in the wrong and leave nothing unsaid. If I think she's a bitch (which I do, because she is, lol) I will call her it loud and clear. But I'd be willing to listen.
I would talk to them as if nothing had happened well I obviously wouldn't hit on them again what I mean is I would still be friendly and cordial
Ignore them and grin stuipidly out of embarrassment
I would totally ignore them. They are not worth my time and energy anymore
I just cut off anyone who's rejected me by principal, but if I were to run into them I wouldn't say anything unless they said something to me first.
respectfully ignore them. don't start nothing but think as if they are just a face in the crowd
Just ignore them and go on with life, don't be Petty.
No need to be bitter, if the situation encourages it, I'd talk to them like anyone else.
Because I'm above them and their rejection,
They aren't worth my time. Ignore their existence
Ignore them, why go crawling back for more
Smile and talk
How? I feel nervous around them because they rejected u
I would cut off the person who has rejected me
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