Unconditional Love

Fear Of Rejection

“It seems right now that all I’ve ever done in my life is making my way here to you.”

– Graeme Simison 

We have a deep fear of rejection. It hurts our ego to be rejected by the opposite sex. Because of this fear, we don’t show the other person our real feelings and emotions.

We show-off.

This person doesn’t matter to me, but we crave to talk to her in reality. We want to share our thoughts with her. It feels good to be in contact with that particular person.


My advice to everyone is that if you like a person

Don’t confuse yourself

Tell her about your thoughts and feelings

Sharing your heart will release the stress you’re carrying for days, weeks, and months, not telling your feelings to anyone.

Don’t pre-assume what that person will think about you, and don’t take it personally to her reply, whatever it is.


She may accept your proposal or reject it. In both situations, don’t judge her. You don’t know about her problems, stress level, or mindset. She is a different person.

Whatever is her decision, accept that. You don’t need to become a drama queen. Stop falling into a trap with emotions. Take it lightly.


Humans have a natural tendency to get attracted to someone who shares our nature and values. This attraction usually results in a good friendship, but we often feel hurt because of the person we love all with our heart.

My recommendation is never to take anything personally. To like someone or not is a personal choice.

Love doesn’t demand expectation. Be neutral. Don’t expect anything from her. If your passion is true, she’ll respond to you; otherwise, create a belief in you that it was merely a sexual attraction.


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