Dating and dealing with rejection

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Matched with destiny, your future trips happily towards the light.This is the best case scenario, a situation that everybody assures you will happen, regardless of how dire it all looks.“We met on Tinder, and now we’re in a happy relationship!” a friend exclaims as they stroke the shoulder of their beloved.Unfortunately, however, your feelings are not mutual.This person will have to decide how to reject your date invitation and let you know somehow that she/he is not interested in dating you.But you have many clues and in some cases they're worth exploring. Examine both sides of the conversation and consider whether you really were clicking as well as you thought. Women are often leery of any guy who is 'too nice'.If you communicated by text messages or email for a while, and then they wanted to discontinue, you have the past emails to go over. Men are often turned off by a woman who doesn't show enough interest in them.

An advantage here is that you would not have to deal with a formal no.

There can be a dozen reasons why you sent a message to that person who seemed perfect for you, but they just didn't answer back.

Sometimes, women are (with some justification) nervous about reaching out when they're unsure.

Below I’ve outlined 5 facts about rejection that you might not have known and also 5 things you can do to get yourself back on track.

Numerous studies have shown us that the same parts of the brain are stimulated by rejection as well as by physical pain which is why emotional rejection can affect people in a huge way.

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