Sunday, July 3, 2011

Meeting people is easy.

        If you have been rejected
  many times in your life, then
one more rejection isn't going
  to make much difference. If
           you're rejected, don't
        automatically assume it's
  your fault.  The other person
may have several reasons for
          not doing what you are
    asking her to do:  none of it
may have anything to do with
  you.   Perhaps the person is
    busy or not feeling well or
    genuinely not interested in
        spending time with you.
               Rejections are part of
 everyday life.   Don't let them
    bother you.    Keep reaching
out to others.     Keep reaching
       out to others.   When you
       begin to receive positive
   responses then you are on
       the right track.   It's all a
     matter of numbers.   Count
  the positive responses and
  forget about the rejections.