As painful as rejection is, we also can’t stop it from happening.It’s a fact of life that we will reject others, as well as be rejected.(CNN) -- Online dating seems like the pinnacle of modernity, an online meat market where glassy-eyed humans browse possible suitors, sorted for ease of shopping by size, shape and moral fabric. " Along with this savanna comes permission to do stuff that'd get you a drink in the face I. Sure, online dating could benefit from a protocol overhaul in terms of courtesy, but begging everyone to change the rules this late in the game would be stupid.
Being rejected can feel as though it’s a response to you as a person rather than a reaction to the circumstance or situation. You feel like not only did everybody just watch you get shot down, but they’re all enjoying watching you being put back in your place.Save your sobbing for the disappointment of bad first dates, seemingly perfect mates who can't commit and the Ones Who Get Away. The Offense: After reading Suitor X's profile, you are convinced you two are going to fall in love and wander through tulip fields while Louis Armstrong songs waft from some invisible speaker.