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Overcoming The Fear Of Rejection - Love Making Secrets

In this article, the Player will give all you PITs (Players in Training) a number of excellent tips on overcoming the fear of rejection.
Believe it or not, there was a time when I too suffered from similar complexes, so everything that I am about to share has been tried and successfully tested by Yours Truly.
'There is no such thing as rejection' Sez who? Says the PLAYER!!...
and thousands of other Pick Up artists from around the world.
But have you actually understood the spirit behind the words? Are you even trying to break through your mental prison of doubt and pessimism, the walls of which just keep getting thicker and stronger with each rejection, each LJBF (let's just be friends) line you're forced to accept? While these words have the power to help you do exactly that, you would be rendering them powerless if you just half heartedly accept what I am saying, while harboring the belief that you are just being fed a load of frog-shit.
Believing a new set of values The Player knows that what he has just said about "rejection" is absolutely true.
If you find it a little hard to accept my belief, then that's just because you have been conditioned by your environment to believe the opposite.
'What exactly is Rejection?' You all know the answer to the above and most of you are acquainted with the feeling of it.
Shunning and social disapproval.
Losing your social standing with a particular group or getting excluded or disqualified from a particular social circle.
That's rejection for you.
Sounds scary? Well, it should.
Why do we dislike/fear rejection? Something like this is bound to bring out painful and unpleasant emotions.
Because we humans have been hardwired to survive and work as a part of an organized social group where our presence is acknowledged by our fellowmen, whenever that is refused to us, we feel miserable.
If we have actually been "hardwired" to react to rejection, then how can it not be real? Finally we are getting somewhere.
Just because our psyches have been tuned to react negatively to rejection, that doesn't make it more real or true.
In the "Matrix", Neo started ducking bullets and jumping across buildings the moment he realized all those rules of nature were just computerized codes which could be bent and broken.
In the same way, the second you realize that that your reaction (fear, grief, wretchedness) are just codes that are fed into your grey cells during the evolutionary process, you too would be able to power your way out of those emotions.
The second you do that ...
poof ..
There will be NO such thing as rejection.
Of course, it's easier said than done.
While the concept of there being no such thing as rejection can be philosophically argued and validated, practicing the same in your life will take some effort..

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