Dating fears rejection
Because we become who we are in large part through our relationships, bcause we are social animals, we don't think experience gathered alone is worth as much as experience shared with others.
We can't learn to be a lover, not in any way but vicariously, if another person does not consent and operate with us to provide that romantic experience.
The fear of rejection is one of our deepest human fears.
Biologically wired with a longing to belong, we fear being seen in a critical way. The depth and flavor of fear varies for each individual, although there are common elements at play.
We can also learn from our experience, which allows us to move forward in a more empowered way.If we risk opening our heart to someone who rejects us, it doesn’t have to be the end of the world.We can allow ourselves to feel sorrow, loss, fear, loneliness, anger, or whatever feelings arise that are part of our grieving.She received her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Marquette University in 2011. In the end, however, how you deal with that rejection is what really matters.There are 18 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. Do you keep persevering or are you stuck constantly fearing rejection?