I think we’re seeing it the similarly but explaining it differently.

From your lens, folks take it personally, but I think that depends on the person.

No one likes to be rejected, but it’s part of dating. It’s part of doing anything courageous. There are no guarantees—not even when you find someone!

So for me, the What ie realizing it either is or isn’t is good—it lets me know where things are at. The Why is a waste of my mental space.

I prefer the message that says — focus on what you want and know that if someone doesn’t choose you, there’s someone even better.

Because it’s true. Our idea of someone’s rejection is actually protection, and especially in the dating world I think that reminder needs to be shared more.

Finally, I think if women were more focused on ensuring the guy fits their preferences versus “being chosen”, there would be less heartbreak.

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Spiritual Guide. Akashic Channel. Intuitive Healer. Teacher. Podcaster. When we invest in ourselves, the world benefits. http://ahnahendrix.com