Dealing With Rejection

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Rejection is apart of life and not everyone is going to like you, not everyone is going to hate you and not everyone is going to want to fall in love with you. There is no such thing as “love at first sight” because that isn’t actually love at all, that is lust. Lust is a temporary feeling, a desire that appears and gives you a feeling or a sensation you think is love. Love will never appear at first sight, nor will it appear through several sights. Love develops through time.

Being rejected sucks and it is one of the worst feelings but you have to understand, we all are attracted to each other differently. Your beauty, your looks may not be attractive to that one individual but will be attractive to many other individuals but you are thinking, that doesn’t matter, I only want that person but guess what? The reality is, it’s not going to happen. Now, you can attempt to force them to like you but you are looking extremely desperate when you are doing that. If someone is genuinely interested in you, there is no need to force someone to get your attention because they already have it. Don’t force them to like you because if they see you are desperate, you can be taken advantage of and that is worse than being rejected. You are going to get played and end up with a bigger broken heart.

Just because you were rejected doesn’t mean there is something wrong with you. It’ll obviously hurt you a bit but there is nothing wrong with you. You aren’t ugly, you aren’t stupid, you aren’t whatever you think you are because it is not true. You just aren’t for them and they aren’t for you. You belong in someone else’s life that is why it didn’t happen between the two of you. You are going to be beautiful/handsome to someone else and they wont find another person as attractive as you.

You will be rejected several times in your life. Look at all the jobs you were rejected from but you didn’t give up and feel hopeless did you? No, you didn’t because you wanted to either make money or start a job in your career. It is apart of life and not everyone is going to apart of it, especially the person you want. That’s the harsh reality and don’t expect me to sugar coat it for you but really and truly, there is going to be someone else who is going to fall in love with you for 30 or 40 years and probably more longer than that depending on how long Allah SWT gives you two a life for and end up in Jannah together. Take it as something good and not as something bad. You’ll be fine…seriously, you’ll be fine.

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