Fear of rejection in dating
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If we feel negative about ourselves, rejection can trigger off a number of other feelings.
Give it a go yourself – thinking of some of your most painful memories will no doubt bring back emotionally painful thoughts over those times when you were in physical pain.
After understanding the nature behind it and getting a clear picture of why men fear rejection, the second thing to do is to simply reduce your chances of getting rejected.
Some people go guns blazing in terms of asking women out left and right with the hopes that the pain of rejection will start to dull after they get rejected time after time after time.
And this fear doesn’t mean that they’re lacking “balls.” It’s actually hardwired into us. They helped me to meet new people in general, become more confident, and care less about what other people think of me.
Scientists at UCLA have discovered that social rejection activates the same areas of the brain that real physical pain does. Girls who stayed and talked instead of ignoring me or running away. In this article I’ll show you a few ways I overcame much of my fear of rejection, and show you how you can do the same.
It’s important to keep this in mind if you are ever going through a tough time – you have the right to feel this way.
Our evolution and tribal nature has allowed our brains to develop strong signals to avoid the likelihood of rejection.
Seeing as how the Why Nice Guys Can’t Get Girls article is the 3rd most visited one on this site, it’s no wonder why I get so many emails on the subject of dating from men.
Turns out, these guys (who are nice guys no more) are ready to get out there, but they have one problem. They can’t seem to work up the nerve to ask women out. First, it’s to understand why the fear is so great in the first place.
We tend to fear the unknown so if we can get a better understanding of it, we can reduce the mystery of it and see what it’s all about.
When a man asks a woman out and gets rejected, it obviously hurts the ego and men tend to take it personally, as a rejection of their entire being, but the real pain is more innate and biological because when a woman rejects a man, and other women see it, they leap to the conclusion that something must be wrong with him, reducing his chances with those other woman.
So making yourself open to rejection is like asking someone to punch you. These tips can help you whether your fear of rejection is holding you back from meeting new people, dating, or even business networking or sales. Because usually people interpret rejection to mean: “There’s something wrong with me.” But what if you looked at it a different way?