You have to understand that not everyone is going to like you and want to be with you.
Being rejected by someone is part of life.
I know that it can be difficult to accept that he rejected you this hard.
However, you do have to realize that being rejected is not always a bad thing.
For one, it can truly build character.
It can enable you to start learning what it means to be humble and understand that you will not always get what you want.
This may not be the kind of message you want to receive at this stage in your life.
However, it can be a message that can actually help you approach future relationships with a better understanding about what matters most in life and how you as a person can handle your strengths and weaknesses.
Instead of looking at his hard rejection as a bad thing, look at it as a way to build your own character and grow from it.
As I mentioned earlier, not everyone on this planet that you like is going to like you back.
Regardless of how attractive you may believe you are or people have told you that you are, someone somewhere out there will reject you.
Listen, this is why you should understand the importance of knowing what you can offer someone in a relationship besides what your outward physical appearance looks like.
Perhaps you are very attractive and have only received glowing comments of admiration from people your entire life.
Well, this is now the time for you to realize that there may have been more required for this guy in particular to like you.
Perhaps he was looking for more than just your appealing physical appearance.
Perhaps he was seeking substance and he truly couldn’t find that in you.
The truth is, there could be a number of reasons why he rejected you hard.
However, your task is not to become more obsessed with “how dare he reject” than the why.
In the end, he may have truly not been attracted to you.
This is something you should truly consider.
Yes, I know that you may not be used to this kind of treatment.
However, this goes back to how important it is to start learning to have some humility as a person.
On the other hand, he may have found you attractive but didn’t believe that you had much substance as an individual.
In this scenario, you should be honest with yourself and understand where you tend to put the most value.
Have you primarily put the most value over your looks in life or have you primarily put the most value in your substance?
You would be better off in having a good balance of both.
A happy dose of both physical attractiveness coupled with healthy confidence and substance in character can help you go far in the future.
So learn from this rejection.
It can actually make you a better person both inside and out.
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