Suppressing your emotions will never help you deal with them – they always catch up to you. if you deny them and try to pretend they’re not there it only makes them stronger.
They stay inside you, gaining power as you shove them down, waiting for the right moment to explode out of you. And it makes you feel really awful for a really long time.
That’s a huge mistake – your friends are there to help you feel better and also to give you perspective on what really happened.
In the meantime, remember that it’s to feel awful sometimes, and allowing yourself to feel and process the negative emotions is the best way to get through them.
The truth is that you will never get past negative emotions by refusing to deal with them. If you want to help the healing process along, remind yourself that eventually, the pain of rejection will go away.
So that’s why the best course of action when it comes to rejection is to . Why do you think I started this article talking about how much rejection sucks? There’s no embarrassment or disappointment that lasts forever – eventually you will start to feel better.
Any of these reactions are normal after being rejected: You might have felt unable to speak – like everything around you went shaky and your throat closed up around your words.
If you’ve been hit with a really bad rejection, it’s normal to have a powerful reaction to it.