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6 Sep 2014 07:05

Men fear rejection in a way that most women don’t comprehend. After all, the man is expected to be the pursuer. So he pursues and it looks like he gets what he wants and then he withdraws. Why does he pull back and withdraw just when things are starting to get really close? Do you think he is afraid of being rejected? What is your opinion friends? Please feel free to comment.

7 Sep 2014 13:36

7 Sep 2014 13:56

sensitive

7 Sep 2014 14:05

Dats crazy it depends on how each take it

Edited by 0705189373 / 7 Sep 2014 14:09
7 Sep 2014 15:26

Have you thought about how you want to feel?
Ever noticed how people having emotional problems often seem to tell you how they don't want to feel? Fair enough, but at some point you need to work out how you do want to feel

Edited by christine123 / 16 Sep 2014 09:08
7 Sep 2014 15:28

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7 Sep 2014 16:17
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7 Sep 2014 16:40

Buddies, never be downhearted when u r rejected. NICE THINGS ARE ALWAYS REJECTED BY PEOPLE WHO CAN'T AFFORD THEM! Never feel sad when u r rejected? just be yaself, be proud of yaself because the one who's rejected u is WORTHLESS to be with u. Hence, he/she VANISHED /ELOPED or RUN AWAY I must say, when he/she. got to know the truth (that he /she is a LOOSER ).

7 Sep 2014 18:35

The fear of rejection is one of
our deepest human fears.
Biologically wired with a longing
to belong, we fear being seen in
a critical way. We’re anxious
about the prospect of being cut
off, demeaned, or isolated. We
fear being alone. We dread
change.
The depth and flavor of fear
varies for each individual,
although there are common
elements at play. If we’re willing
to look, what is our actual felt
experience of rejection? What
are we really afraid of?
On a cognitive level, we may be
afraid that rejection confirms our
worst fear — perhaps that we’re
unlovable, or that we’re destined
to be alone, or that we have little
worth or value. When these fear-
based thoughts keep spinning in
our mind, we may become
agitated, anxious, or depressed.
Cognitively-based therapies can
help us identify our catastrophic
thoughts, question them, and
replace them with more healthy,
realistic thinking. For example, if
a relationship fails, this doesn’t
mean that we are a failure

7 Sep 2014 23:38

As human beings we do accept and reject back which is part of human nature. We feel sad and bad upon being rejected but as time goes on we forget about it and moves on with our lives, for a better day to come. Quote: Every successful person has a painful story. Every painful story had a successful ending. Accept the pain and get ready for success

8 Sep 2014 00:41

Quote by S_H_E_H_Z_A_D__AwAn
The fear of rejection is one of
our deepest human fears.
Biologically wired with a longing
to belong, we fear being seen in
a critical way. We’re anxious
about the prospect of being cut
off, demeaned, or isolated. We
fear being alone. We dread
change.
The depth and flavor of fear
varies for each individual,
although there are common
elements at play. If we’re willing
to look, what is our actual felt
experience of rejection? What
are we really afraid of?
On a cognitive level, we may be
afraid that rejection confirms our
worst fear — perhaps that we’re
unlovable, or that we’re destined
to be alone, or that we have little
worth or value. When these fear-
based thoughts keep spinning in
our mind, we may become
agitated, anxious, or depressed.
Cognitively-based therapies can
help us identify our catastrophic
thoughts, question them, and
replace them with more healthy,
realistic thinking. For example, if
a relationship fails, this doesn’t
mean that we are a failure ;)

8 Sep 2014 05:07

the fear of rejection is a powerful fear that often has a far-reaching impact into our lives..most people experience some nerves when placing themselves in situations that could lead to rejection, but for some people, the fear becomes crippling..an untreated fear of rejection tends to worsen over time, gradually taking over virtually every part of a sufferer’s life..

Edited by NaeEm.. / 8 Sep 2014 05:07
8 Sep 2014 05:18

Quote by NaeEm..
the fear of rejection is a powerful fear that often has a far-reaching impact into our lives..most people experience some nerves when placing themselves in situations that could lead to rejection, but for some people, the fear becomes crippling..an untreated fear of rejection tends to worsen over time, gradually taking over virtually every part of a sufferer’s life..

thanks for posting your ideas

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8 Sep 2014 06:23

Quote by venice-sparkles
Buddies, never be downhearted when u r rejected. NICE THINGS ARE ALWAYS REJECTED BY PEOPLE WHO CAN'T AFFORD THEM! Never feel sad when u r rejected? just be yaself, be proud of yaself because the one who's rejected u is WORTHLESS to be with u. Hence, he/she VANISHED /ELOPED or RUN AWAY I must say, when he/she. got to know the truth (that he /she is a LOOSER ).

thanks for posting your encouraging ideas

8 Sep 2014 06:51

I hv no expections for any one.cz i dont like dats rejections .i m such a fearer dat anybody reject me. Oopppssss i m worry about myself. Cz nobody worry about u in thiz world

8 Sep 2014 08:45

Quote by S_H_E_H_Z_A_D__AwAn
The fear of rejection is one of
our deepest human fears.
Biologically wired with a longing
to belong, we fear being seen in
a critical way. We’re anxious
about the prospect of being cut
off, demeaned, or isolated. We
fear being alone. We dread
change.
The depth and flavor of fear
varies for each individual,
although there are common
elements at play. If we’re willing
to look, what is our actual felt
experience of rejection? What
are we really afraid of?
On a cognitive level, we may be
afraid that rejection confirms our
worst fear — perhaps that we’re
unlovable, or that we’re destined
to be alone, or that we have little
worth or value. When these fear-
based thoughts keep spinning in
our mind, we may become
agitated, anxious, or depressed.
Cognitively-based therapies can
help us identify our catastrophic
thoughts, question them, and
replace them with more healthy,
realistic thinking. For example, if
a relationship fails, this doesn’t
mean that we are a failure ;)

Daddy

8 Sep 2014 08:57

#psychology says: The fear of rejection is an irrational fear that has you convinced that people won't accept you for one or more reasons.

8 Sep 2014 09:16
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