Getting over rejection in dating


Online dating over 50 is a petri dish for weird behaviors, a lot of it kind of fascinating.But one of the weirdest behaviors is the phenomenon of people getting their feelings hurt by, and reacting angrily to, people they haven't even met.


And those kinds of wounds can take a lifetime to heal and will inevitably carry over into your next relationship.Most women have this inexplicable need to make every guy want them and then they get upset when they find one who doesn’t and start to wonder what’s wrong with them.At the end of the day, all we want is to find that one person who sees and appreciates us.I don't remember this particular form of insanity from my younger dating days. I dated people of marginal stability and I certainly behaved crazily toward some. I attribute it to one (or more) of five causes: I'm a sensitive guy (no, really!

) I cry at sitcoms, commercials, anything having to do with parents and kids/grandkids.

When someone rejects us, most of us will immediately think there must be something intrinsically wrong with us, I mean, why else would he dismiss us? Maybe their life is overly complicated at the moment, maybe they’re overburdened, maybe they are in a cynical place in their lives and are unable to see the good in others.


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