Being Rejected Sucks

Why does being rejected hurts?

  1. You see other people getting accepted
  2. It doesn’t validate your effort
  3. It stings your ego

You see other people getting accepted

Comparing yourself is like falling deeper to your insecurities

It doesn’t validate your effort

This is a depiction of me feeling melancholy for a while

It stings your ego

Me feeling extreme hate and sulking at the same time

So you guys might ask. Joline, what can we do to feel okay?

Don’t Dwell On Your Rejection For Too Long

It’s okay to be sad by your rejection
  • Why did I get rejected?
  • What can I do in the future so I have a less chance of getting rejected?
  • What can I learn from my rejection?
  • What can I do now to improve my skill that I seem to lack?
  • If I done this, would I got a different outcome?
  • If I answer differently, would I get the job?
  • Man if only I can go back to the past.
  • Did the interviewer hate me? Is that the reason why I was rejected?

What Can I Do In The Future

  • Next time in the future-> Ask for the interviewer to repeat the question
  • Next time in the future-> Be honest with my answer and don’t be too much
  • Next time in the future->Tell the interviewer that I am committed and share about my past experience that I am commited.

End Note

Good job guys.

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