Yes. Several times.Let me entreat you to a story about a girl who I think took it well, but many others would think she didn't take it well.We had been friends. She told me that during the course of the past month or so, she had fallen for me. She asked how I felt and if I could feel the same way. I was taken aback, but in short I told her I didn't feel that way for her and I never could. Her reaction? Well, she cried (some people right there feel that's not taking it well and she was attempting to guilt me). She told me she just couldn't hang out with me because she was hurt (a lot of people would say she's not taking it well, even going so far as to say she's a piece of shit, she's a misandrist, she never valued our friendship, how dare she spring these feelings on you, she's selfish that she didn't want to hang out with you, etc.) She hugged me and wished me well, and I wished her well and when she said goodbye I fell to pieces and cried.But she truly *meant* it when she wished me well, and I truly meant it for her!And I often have to resist the urge to name call when I hear people on GAG and elsewhere say that if someone doesn't want to be friends because you rejected them, that they never valued the friendship, and other foolishness. To those people I maintain that THEY'RE the ones being selfish.P. S. When last I heard, she's married and has kids. She's happy and healthy, and that's all I ever wanted for her, whether or not she chose to remain my friend.
Beautiful answer, I really enjoyed reading it!I completely agree with you, for some people when the rejected one wants to cut ties it's immature, when sometimes it's the best thing to do!
I have told many women, at the end of a first date, that I don't think we are a good match and there would be no point in scheduling a second date. I have never had any of them disagree or throw a hissy fit.
I can't think of a time a guy took the rejection well other than one church guy. I was 11 and he liked me and I didn't like him back. Later I became a Christian and I ran into him at church and he was polite and kind and didn't care I used to tell everybody he was a chubby loser when he used to chase me in middle school. I also rejected another guy who later welcomed me as a friend when he was more popular than me later but he knew I would reject him cause he wasn't very nice to me when he first met me - he was so sure I would never date him he thought if he couldn't get me to love him - he would try to make me notice him by being mean to me so he made fun of me instead. Later he stopped turning people against me but would sexually harass me by cat calling when he ran into me at school.
Yes, they took it too well because I was too nice, which led to confusion about me still being interested.
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I think most women take rejection well. Or maybe it's i just empathize with their pain so most don't get angry. I can only think of one that ended really badly. Because i didn't accept her advances to her level. She accused me of grabbing her hoohah. With our reputations though people know i wouldn't do that. And apparently her rep wasn't real good because no one believed her.
If they took it well ot was always a ploy and it's annoying
That's what I suspect at times, but I want to give the benefit of the doubt
It's happened a few times. One time I was able to do it without even turning her down. I was able to convince a girl that another guy was more suitable for her than me when she mentioned on our first date that he was interested in her.
Being rejected the WRONG way multiple times (friendzoned, ghosted, mocked, etc) I have learned to reject people the way I would want to be rejected. I had to reject/friendzone two girls last year because they looked way worse in person than on the dating app. I still treated them well on the date but afterwards when they followed up I was honest. I said I wanted to treat them the way I wanted to be treated. They weren’t happy, but they took it well.
I have had to decline advances from a good friend. I told him I just wasn't ready for that kind of relationship and he respected that and we carried on as usual.
The law of Moses states that if someone kills an unborn child they have committed murder.There can be no other valid ‘Jewish position’.Anything else contradicts the Tora and is, therefore, heretical.I am not a Jew, but I have studied the Bible. It says what it says.
Oops!This should have been in another thread.Bloody iPhone. 😡
😂😂😂I admit I was a little confused when I read that
There was one who didn't and its put a strain on our friendship. I dont think he ever really forgave me
With the last girl I asked out, I took it too well. Meaning I just accepted her rejection as if it was nothing.Which in turn made her mad cause she thought my feelings weren't genuine.
Im just honest and guess i dont pay much attention to their feelings if it hurt them or not. Im all around brutally honest just with everything🤷♀️
Yes.. some people get bothered by it because of their ego.
Yes I have. I am very sweet with my approach 💙🖤💜
Yes. Told someone I had no romantic feelings for them after a month of dating. She took it maturity.
Not sure. I get rejected a lot and I just move on. Can't see lamenting over one when there are billions out there.
They often take it well. I’m polite, gracious and taken
can't tell, people can hide their feelings so you will never know
I seem to rub people the wrong way if you haven't noticed...I haven't figured out if it's the conservative views or the men in shorts that are posted everywhere... what's wrong with ethics and MMA fighters?@Jean-Marie_Céline
I think it could be because those people don't agree with you and so feel the need to attack you.Internet people can be like that sadly, I'm sorry you're going through this.
It's fine somebody's gotta be the bad guy.
I'm the villian this website needed
Yes, I also have been on the other side.
Some did some no.
yeah many times. some took it some don’t
IDC how they take it
No. Women don't take rejection well at all.
Sometimes it happens though
I think most people take it well regardless of feeling hurt. If the people care for another beyond themselves they'll respect each others needs at the end of the day.
I have never took it well when a girl rejected me
Dude you need someone to punch your lights out you keep refusing girls and brag about it.Think to other men who aren't as lucky as you you ugly piece of shit.Fuck and dump is that simple jesus christ
Are you an incel or just a poor idiot?
"Think to other men who aren't as lucky as you..."I urge you to consider it isn't necessarily luck. In fact, it's almost always *not* luck.
@Bluemax Exactly.I just suggest ignoring this idiot.
I see what you mean, Jean, but if I can get someone to think about it for even a few seconds, I'm fine with that. I don't know who else may be reading this, too. Perhaps someone might take seriously what I'm saying.
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