5 tips to help you get over a rejection (lessons we learned the hard way)


Anti and Negative Rizz, Staff Rejectees

(To become a staff rejectee, you must have been rejected at least three times.)

  • Go to the gym. The more you go to the gym, the healthier, stronger, and happier you will be. The gym is a beautiful place to clear your head. Building strength is hard. You won’t see gains right away. There will be days when you do not want to go to the gym, but you’ve got to stay disciplined.
  • Move on. Stay strong. Don’t cave. Forget about them. Focus on yourself. Also, stop with the sad music. Why marinate in melancholy when you could be marveling in merriment? Do something fun! Listen to empowering music, go out with real friends, watch a movie, anything! Put your mind off rejection and keep doing the things you love.
  • Never fear rejection. People are always insecure and worried about the ‘what-ifs’ in asking a girl out. If she rejects you, you simply have to move on with your life as though nothing happened, because really, nothing happened. 
  • BE CONFIDENT! The amount of respect everybody else gives you is based on the amount of respect you give yourself. If you’re walking around miserable, everyone will see your poor self-esteem, and will pity you. Put your head high and in front of your shoulders, and your confidence will project onto others. However, it also takes a lot of prudence to know the difference between being confident, and being a narcissist.
  • Don’t intentionally change yourself for others. While working on yourself physically, it’s important to remember that you are unique. You don’t have to change your personality to “fit in” or seem cool. If somebody tries to call you out for being different, don’t take any of it.