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How Do You Handle A Rejection Mail?

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I never thought this would be my first topic of discussion or post this year but here I am writing this with a whole lot of sadness and broken heart.

The topic actually gives the whole write up away and I just want to know if anyone has ever received a rejection mail after an application and also how you handled it.

I haven’t written or posted anything here yet not because I don’t have things I want to share with you all but because I have this things about me that whenever I have something major going on, it tends to consume my every thought and I won’t be able to concentrate on anything else till I get it sorted out.

I actually opted for some writing gig which should have been a major deal for me. I put in my all just to make sure I have every area that could drop me covered but somehow, my best wasn’t good enough here and I was rejected. To say I’m sad is an understatement. I’m really down and I’ve cried too which makes me feel a little better but then I’m still having this feeling of “what if I was accepted”

I can’t stop thinking of how I would have been able to do so many things and how lucky I would have felt.

I realized no matter how much we hope for the best, we should also give room for a little room expecting the worse that could happen if our plans didn’t go as planned.

Has anyone received a rejection mail? How did you handle it?

Comment down your experience and let’s get talking…

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4 thoughts on “How Do You Handle A Rejection Mail?

  1. I have had one too many rejection mails too. I didn’t use to take it well at first but after a while I realised it’s better to keep looking for other available opportunities and not totally depend on the current one we have. Because rejection from it would shake our confidence level. But if there are other opportunities we know we still have, we would be more focused on doing better in those other opportunities (learning mistakes from the previous failure). It’s good to feel bad after rejection, but the rejection shouldn’t stop us from trying harder.

  2. This is a very important and also interesting thing to talk about. I have rejoiced a lot of rejections emails and I can tell you each one I received always feels like the first time all over again. It got to a point that I no longer tell anyone about them because I got used to the “try again and another opportunity will come or it’s a blessing in disguise” phrase.

    I love the fact that you said you cried and that made you feel somewhat better which is okay. Rejection mails are very painful especially when you have put in too much work and hoping for the best.

    I just want you to give yourself time to heal from this and give it another try. This time around, I’m sure you will receive your approval letter by God’s grace…

    I’m a first time commenter and reader… I love your blog and especially your movie and books recommendations.

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