Reblog: Tina Frisco on What Rejection can Teach Us

Rejection. It doesn’t have to be all negative! Truth. This post from author and blogger Tina Frisco has many valuable points. It is featured on Sally Cronin’s fabulous blog Smorgasbord – Variety is the Spice of Life.

Smorgasbord - Variety is the spice of life

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Today Tina Frisco puts a different spin on rejection. It is rare for anyone to go through their lives without some form of this hurtful action from others. Tina however looks at this as an opportunity to grow and evolve as a person.

Rejection: the Ultimate Teacher by Tina Frisco

Image is courtesy of Lucie Stastkova

Rejection comes in many forms, from many places, and is very painful. What makes rejection so devastating? What causes us to react in a particular way? How can we use rejection to our advantage?

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8 thoughts on “Reblog: Tina Frisco on What Rejection can Teach Us

  1. Thank you, Christy, for sharing the reblogged post by Tina Frisco. Rejection can elicit powerful emotions, but it is up to each one of us to turn this into something positive where we can learn more about ourselves and evolve as a human being. I must admit, thought, this can be a painful character-building moment. Have a wonderful weekend, my friend.

  2. Rejection helps us to refocus. Not take what we have for granted. Teaches us to priorities and learn from the mistakes. It builds us up. Rejection is the classic case of blessing in disguise.

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