So if baseball players don’t lose sleep that they’re going to miss 7 out of 10 pitches, how can you, as a single person, make peace with the process of being rejected? of anywhere else that offers more opportunities to find love.
So while you’ve got a terrific pool of people to choose among, you have to recognize that everyone else is doing some choosing, too.
Did they reject you because you’re not tall enough, smart enough, attractive enough, rich enough, educated enough, or hip enough? Then you start to second guess everything you did and said.So straight from this veteran in the dating trenches, here are four tips on handling rejection that I wish someone had told me:1. There really is a place for our brain’s sensibilities in managing dating rejection.Too often we let our sensitive, divorce-worn hearts take centre stage, when what we really need to do is assess it from a rational standpoint.Or perhaps we met once, didn't have a great date and thought it was OK to politely go our separate ways, only to find that the other person thought a trip to Paris and marriage was on tap for the next date.(A brief aside: another weirdness of internet dating is how many convicted felons there are out there - male and female.