For those of us who have been involved in the dating scene for a while, the concept of rejection is not a new one.
It could come after we have just met someone and were excited;it could come after things have gotten more serious and we were hopeful.Stick with me, I'm going to help you cope with that rejection.Follow any of the links to my other pages, but do come back here for any of the following reasons for being so painfully shunned: That rejection could have come completely out of the blue or you were prepared for it.Because our ancestors survived by being a part of a tribe, this need remains inside us and means that memories of rejection are stronger and more easily remembered than those of physical pain.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.I guess I would have thought once you hit 50, committing a felony wouldn't be on anyone's bucket list, but I've met several women who have dated recently-convicted felons, and I have dated two, one of whom was wearing her court-ordered ankle bracelet on our date.) But back to the hurt feelings.A couple of years ago, when I was dealing with a fair amount of family "stuff," I had to postpone a scheduled first date sort of at the last minute. Don't ever contact me again." Well, thanks for the warning.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.He has a soul and unique purpose on this earth that only he can fulfill.Thank God, there are plenty of phenomenally wonderful people in the world.