The expectation of being rejected is so disturbing and present that many people won’t make any attempts at all in the face of everything they imagine will happen to them when (not if) they get shot down.Now, it’s not terribly surprising that men fear rejection; after all, you feel as though your very existence is being judged.Even worse, it happened in a crowded park in the middle of the perfect summer day.Let me paint you a picture of what exactly happened.From being the last to be chosen to join the volleyball team to receiving a college admissions response in the dreaded “thin envelope,” I quickly learned that not everybody thought the highest of me.As years went by and I took on more risks, I invited more rejection into my life. Fair warning to all, All stories published before January 1, 2015 are DEAD. Sorry guys, but I don't really have the motivation to continue working on them.
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