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The second most depressing thing is RejectionIt can come in many forms; it can be unrequited love, a job you did for a few days and got fired without a substantial reason or an audition you did. What happens in all these cases is that these situations give rise to self-doubt, which can destroy a person’s self-esteem if left unchecked or unattended. I know I’ve had troubles dealing with rejection, be it job-related or any other kind. But what each of them has taught me is to rise up each time I fall and take stock of the situation and not let someone else’s opinion of me affect my peace of mind. During such times, friends can be the best buffers for feeling good about yourself and motivate you to keep going after your dreams.
|Vincent van Gogh - Self-Portrait (1887)|
So don’t care about the naysayers, go and do what you believe in and carpe diem!
Article by Neel Katarnavare
Cinephile, part-time Writer and a Digital playground critic.