rejection as a parent from your adult children

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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby Dorian » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:18 am

Any kind of rejection, no matter if it's in love, your career, friends, a book proposal or anything else, is not something that should affect how happy you are. Rejection doesn't feel great and sometimes it feels unfathomable but it shouldn't be something you permit to take away happiness from your life. The reality of life is that rejection will form a part of it––there will be occasions when your job application, your date request or your ideas for change will be rejected by someone, somewhere. It is a healthy attitude to accept that rejection is a part of life and to acknowledge that what really matters is finding the way to bounce back and try again.

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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby George86 » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:58 am

Keep calm and nothing more. It is possible that not all expectations will come true . Our life is difficult thing and you should be ready for it. At all the best advice I have found here was the certain that if you face with this trouble you should take time out each day to consider the positive situations and good people in your life. A journal of good thoughts written down at the end of each day is a healthy habit, and a formal record is fun to re-read later. However, a more casual approach can be effective. Also you can keep a positive focus after an adult child’s rejection.

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