Nah. Rejection is received best when you’re secure, confident and reasonable. I think we should focus on cultivating these traits in ourselves/children. It starts early. Lol stop telling your kids that if nobody likes them it’s the other person’s problem and nothing is wrong with them. Give them a hard dose of reality and say welp that’s just how the world works sometimes. Find someone that you mesh with to befriend, date, etc. Need to get kids comfortable with disappointment and rejection so by the time they’re an adult, it’s all good in the hood.
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