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Acknowledge the pain and grieve the loss - often we feel embarrassed when we are rejected and this can result in suppression of feelings. Instead, we should give ourselves time to let our feelings exist and be processed
Don't blame yourself - when we don't have answers about why we were rejected, we blame ourselves and assume that we weren't enough, that we're unlovable, or that we screwed up. These are beliefs you can choose to discard
Strengthen your resiliency - this refers to your ability to recover or bounce back from a setback. Resilience is a quality that can be learned
Keep putting yourself out there - accept that rejection is a normal and necessary part of the process. This type of acceptance and persistence even after being rejected, can help make rejection less painful
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