6 Things to remember when rejection hurts

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We have all been through rejection at some point in our lives, when you are being criticised, laughed at or dismissed by a person you really care about. It can be gut-wrenching and downright embarrassing, you might even start feeling unworthy. These points might help you  stand up on our feet again, when the initial feelings of hurt have passed.

6. Do not expect the person to change

The first and the hardest step is to accept and let go, understand that the person who you were in love with or had any kind of a bond with, has no feelings of affection left to offer, all they can and will give you is more pain and rejection. So don't try to cling to that person hoping that one day your persistent love can make them go back on their decision. Prepare yourself to move on and that comes only after you fully accept the situation.