But I've sort of put my feelings to one side and I'm happy to remain friends. I did like her quite a bit and the rejection made me realise this.
But I also feel like I've grown. Because I felt so shit for 2 days and I was in a pretty bad way, of course she didn't know this, I know feel able to 'get out there more'. If a girl says no next time or gives me a negative response, it's never gonna hurt as bad as this but it can only be better.
Advice to anyone out there is go out and get what you want and if someone doesn't want you, there's always someone ready to take their place. Doing nothing is a coward's way ouy.
Anyway, was wondering if the first rejection is the hardest?
Most Helpful Girl
I had a bad first time rejection but it happened again and I was like oh whatever. The reason is that it made me sit back and analyze every little detail of the person in focus and realized that that it was for the best. Sometimes when you are infatuated or crushing on a person you miss out some alarming red flags and its when you are no longer in that place , you can look at it from a third person's perspective. I will tell you one thing though the first rejection may not be the last but hopefully you would get to see it as an eye opener rather than the end of the world. All the best0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
Typically, yes. There will be times, however, when a woman rejects you in such a horrible way that it will hurt all over again, but it gets MUCH easier. Anymore I don't even bat an eye, and why not? Because there are billions of other women on this planet. Don't let yourself get hung up dwelling on the one that didn't like you and start focusing on finding the one that does.
There will be many women that are basically just like the one that just rejected you. Don't sweat it and continue doing what you do. You'll figure it out with trial and error.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE