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The Rejection therapy
26. August 2020 at 09:00
The power of Rejection, a self help card game, gamifies the lesson it's supposed to teach.

I am rejected for my failures, 

Omg I am selected and you are not.

I am rejected for marriage, 

What is so humourous about you , 

nothing except your white teeth !!

Dowry, compare family and mine status .

I am rejected to be a friend,

Your status is not equal to us.

I am rejected for my write ups, 

Sorry mam - They are not upto our polices and standards !!! .

I am rejected for my dressing sense, 

Typical girl with long duppatta, 

Hair tied with lot of oil in them

I am rejected for my English, language proficiency.

I am rejected to be from rural background, 

And she is from big city

Me small village girl with small dreams - "their's prejudice".

I am rejected for being ambitious,

Ambitious is so called "dirty word" for womens.

I am rejected for being in depression,

Can't attend your call,

Similar talks - are you sick!! .

There was a phase for all this ,which included an element of irritation, anger, frustration, that related to the feeling of "being rejected". It was like, sometimes, I can't find the strength to grab the bull and fight the demons inside me. 

But I chose to act positively on it, instead of being falling for that self destructive behaviour. Whenever, I read and hear such a hateful comment on my facebook's inbox or from anyone, I feel myself becoming smaller, worthless and my first instinct is to spend my whole day analysing that comment in every direction (east-west- north- south, up and down)

At some point we all live in fear of Rejection and it stops us from going after lots of things that we want in our life. Rejection therapy is about becoming desensitised to rejection. I realised through my thousand rejections that I am also a human being. 

I realizsed through my rejections that I was not empowered enough to say "NO" at that time. In this proces of rejection, I felt that I was repelled enough. Now, I know from where to sustain my belief. We only know, "How to view ourselves in the world and How much power we possess.

So, go out everyday and be rejected by someone and something, because exposing yourself to situations that you know, are completely out of your league, cultivates fearlessness.

You just move on to the next thing

And then you get a win,

that really neutralizes the 'no' , that went before.

Cite This Article As: Bhagyashree Saini. "The Rejection therapy." International Youth Journal, 26. August 2020.

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