Yet the people from whom we need acceptance the most is ourselves. Detachment from Results: By focusing on controllable factors such as our efforts and actions, and by detaching ourselves from uncontrollable outcomes such as acceptance and rejection, we can achieve greater success in the long run.
One of the most universal needs that every woman has is to feel special.
It’s not silly or childish but actually a very deep longing in the heart of every woman.
Delivering the message with the right attitude can go a long way to soften the blow. Some of the greatest triumphant stories come only after gut-wrenching rejections. Find Mission: Sometimes the most brutal rejections in life signal a new beginning and mission for the rejectee. Freedom to Ask: We often deprive ourselves of the freedom to ask for what we want in fear of rejection and judgment.
But amazing things often happen only after we take the first step. Freedom to Accept Yourself: Our inner need for approval-seeking forces us to constantly look for acceptance from other people.
Butcher-Poffley, Temple University, USA (Kinesiology and Sport Psychology) Michael M.
Chemers, Carnegie Mellon University, USA (Theatre and Performance Studies) Eric Chicken, Florida State University, USA (Statistics) David Deane, Atlantic School of Theology, Canada (Theology and Religious Studies) Ramon P.
Rejection Is Human: Rejection is a human interaction with two sides.