Managing Rejections With Grace And Grit- Building Rejection Resilience

Disappointed woman reading a rejection letter

We all face situations when things don’t go our way. Maybe we don’t get a job we wanted, our friends disagree with us, or our ideas get ignored. These moments can make us feel pretty low. It’s called rejection, and it happens to everyone. These moments  act as mirrors, reflecting our emotional state and the strength of our character. As a practicing coach with insights into the DISC model, many times during coaching conversations, rejection emerges as one of the reasons for emotional distress or interpersonal conflict. But it’s how we deal with it that matters. I call it building Rejection Resilience.