Don’t Take It Personally
This is probably the hardest piece of rejection advice to deal with because it is personal, especially if you are asking a woman out on a date (whether in person or online). You wonder what she didn’t like about you, what you did wrong, and how you can make her like you. There could be a number of reasons she said “No” to you, but if you look at all of them as your own fault you will not get anywhere with other women because you’ll constantly wonder what you did wrong.
Don’t Think About What You’re Losing; Think About What You Could Be Gaining
If you constantly dwell on the loss of a date, you aren’t thinking about the date you could be having. Or, better yet, the multiple dates you could be having. If a woman who said “no” to you isn’t interested in you, there is a woman that will be interested and you should learn from your experience with the woman who rejected you. Did you flub your pickup line? Or did you just go for a woman that has nothing in common with you? Whatever the case, think about the things you learned and how that will help you with the next woman.
Keep Thinking Positively
It’s hard to keep a smile on your face after you have been rejected, especially if you liked the woman who rejected you. Just remember that moping and stewing aren’t getting you any dates. Put a smile on your face and get ready to ask out another hottie you have been eying.
Ask For A Friend’s Advice
If you keep getting rejected by woman after woman, ask a friend to analyze what you are doing or saying that could be wrong. There is a chance it could be the way you smile at a woman, or how you say hi. Ask a friend to help you determine just what it may be that’s getting you nowhere and you may be surprised to find out that it’s no big deal and you can change it up easily. Focusing on how to fix the issue will take your mind off the rejection and give you new confidence.
Take Time Off From Dating
If the rejection was really bad, you may need some time to yourself. Reflect on what happened and look at this as a time to grow and change yourself. Why did the rejection hurt you so badly? Is dating right for you at present? Once you know these things you can figure out how to move beyond the rejection to open yourself up to new possibilities. Who knows, while you’re thinking about what went wrong, you may stumble onto something that’s perfectly right.