Lady F, I Was Denied, How To Move On?
Cheers! The fact that you have been denied means something better expects you on the next corner! So do not indulge in suffering. It’s the terrible sop all of us have eaten. It’s what we do to other people, without even blinking. An absolutely normal situation, and here’s how to handle it:
Smile. Then say to the crush in your mind (if you are not on speaking terms) – okay, I am young, you are young, and the world is full of people – there are millions of men and women – you will find someone right for yourself, and so will I. No drama. I wish you all the best and release you from my passion and my desire. For I am young and beautiful, and amazing and I deserve more.
It’s good to know what you want from a relationship. I had this friend, who wasn’t very picky when it comes to the affairs of the heart. His only requirement was that she should be decent. So he tried with different women and changed them every week until he found someone who was far from perfect but she was loving and enthusiastic about him. He threw himself in the relationship with all his romantic might. When they dance she keeps smiling – and they look good together. It’s because they invest everything in their relationship.
I know I am speaking of lucky people, while you are still wondering what to do with the pain of rejection. Well, slap yourself in the face and snap out of it! Call a friend, go to SPA, a massage, a dancing class, go hiking, go to a Hindu restaurant, go shopping – do anything that is different from sitting alone with the annoying thought that you have been rejected. If it has to happen it will happen sooner or later, and it’s best to be among the quick when it happens. Do not be so desperate.
It’s their loss. Look around!
Your next flame is waiting impatiently for you.