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And eventually, I endured the ultimate form of rejection: The man who promised to be by my side till “death do us part” changed his mind.Author has written 19 stories for Mega Man, Code Lyoko, Homeworld, W. Looks like a job for Stephen Shepard, A raptor with a jetpack, a cloned prothean bodybuilder, a quarian mechanic, a krogan battlemaster, a SPECTRE-in-training, an asari archaeologist, and a pro-wrestling biotic. But not everything in our universe is as it seems, and things are lurking in the shadows...It was back when I was first learning how to handle rejection.I had come to learn that in order for me to get better at approaching women, I would have to get over the fear of being rejected. Fair warning to all, All stories published before January 1, 2015 are DEAD. Sorry guys, but I don't really have the motivation to continue working on them.
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2 View All Next »One of the biggest fears that a lot of men and women have when it comes to the dating scene is the fear getting rejected.
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.