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Addie
Addie

You have a very teachable spirit. That rejection therapy is interesting!

Annie🌺
Annie🌺

She does doesn’t she!

Annie Sorensen
Annie Sorensen

Salina🌸
You have articulated such profound truths here! Where the rubber meets the road truths! Thank You!

I definetlty AVOID rejection! Oddly enough though, God has used rejection to show me that I am NOT less valuable than those who reject me.

In one group I’m in one of the ladies does not respond to my comments on our group text thread. For 8 years in this group I allowed her disinterest to confirm the enemies lie that I was not wanted or needed in that group. But Year 9 God broke thru and convinced me that though I was very different than the gals in this group…sometimes less educated or less traveled or less trained in the social graces of life, that I was NOT less than.

I’m MOST grateful for His kindness in using rejection for good in my life.

Annie🌺

Tanya Savko

These are really helpful concepts, Salina! I will try to keep these in mind in the future.

Sal Cresci
Sal Cresci

Hi There!
I so agree. I especially like the last one, when you speak about not taking rejection personally. I believe not taking it personally is the chief ingredient of being unstoppable. It gives a separation to the challenge and gives a clearer view. I would go a bit further and see that what feels like discomfort is a blessing in disguise. My belief is it is all good. I also agree that we have to learn to look at discomfort differently. We do have to embrace it in order to see the benefits, like you mentioned.
I can think of another benefit that is kinda a side benefit. It also helps us become more emotionally stronger. This builds resolve on the quality of our mission of Being Unstoppable.
Thank You
Sal

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