And while there's no "right" way to deal with rejection, there are a few wrong ones that can not only damage your emotions but put you on bad terms with the person who rejected you.When I asked experts about this subject, the same answer came up fairly often: Don't take it personally. And it wasn’t in a playful, challenging kind of way. I wanted to say something that made her feel like shit — just like I did.In an ideal world, rejection would always be as clear as in my story.I don’t care if she said that she’s not sure if something could happen in the future. If she changes her mind, she can message you to hang out. Some girls won’t be interested in you but that doesn’t make inferior. You have to accept it as a normal part of the dating process. There are plenty of women who will like you and when they don’t, they’re upfront about it.
Take the rejection with dignity and learn from the experience."Rejection is never going to feel good, but it's also never a dead-end.Many women have a hard time rejecting a man directly – even though it’s the best way for both parties. However, these indirect rejections often make situations worse.That’s why the only consistent measurable factor for being rejected is action. A woman who likes a guy wants to see him in person. They stay in denial and always try to reason that she may be secretly interested, despite her delays. I stopped in front of her, smiled, and said, “Hey.” She gazed into my eyes and returned a smile. Please, you wouldn’t even know what to do with a real woman.” Before I could get in another word, she turned around and started laughing. There I stood, rejected, with a group of girls mocking my misfortune and a room full of guys watching it all go down. Later that night, I met a sweet girl who I immediately hit it off with. (Being honest though, I did dress a little metrosexual back then.) I tried to hold my ground and replied, “Damn right I do.” She snickered and in an exaggerated tone said, “Suuure you do. Instead, I walked away with my fists clenched and left to another bar.
At the same time, it may be worth taking an honest look at yourself and considering whether there are some changes that you may want to make, in order to make yourself a better partner." "The worst thing you can do when romantically rejected is to wallow in the rejection," she told INSIDER.