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Embracing Rejection Helped Me Love Dating and Meet My Husband

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“Every time I thought I was being rejected from something good, I was actually being redirected to something better.” ~Steve Maraboli I think most single people these days dream of meeting someone “in real life.” The fantasy is that in “the real world” it’ll be easier.

I dated BA and AA. Before apps and after apps. The sad truth is that technology changed the game whether you’re on apps or not.

The life skill of walking up to someone in a bar and starting a conversation out of thin air has vanished. The ability to be the receiver of that conversation without the safety net of a screen followed close behind.

I’m from a small town where everyone says hello to everyone, but do that in the city, and people jump back like you’re an apparition. Dating apps are hard, but meeting someone in real life just might be harder. You need to be confident enough to walk up and chat with anyone, let everyone know that you’re single and want to be set up (even your work colleague Sue from accounting), and be ready to be rejected to your face.

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