Did you know that our brain reacts to rejection the same way it does when we experience physical pain? Yet, too often, we don’t take the time to process our emotions surrounding rejection in a healthy way. We may deny our hearts the space it needs to heal. Or cultivate and sow seeds of bitterness about what happened. Jessica Van Roekel shares three steps we can use to handle rejection in a healthy way.
Rejection is painful and leaves an emotional scar. We’ve all experienced it at some time, but what’s the best way to deal with it? Jessica Van Roekel shares how to deal with rejection by asking three questions that will reframe the experience and filter it through God’s word. You can reframe rejection so that you find courage and walk with hope.
Have you ever struggled with rejection? Rejection is a thread that runs through our personal lives and all throughout society. It shows up every day in the world and it’s up to us to change the way we respond to it and address it. Join me as I talk with Jessica Van Roekel about how to overcome rejection.
Have the words of another ever wounded you and made you feel unloved and unwanted? Or, rejected and alone? Where do you go from there? The truth is there is someone to turn to when you’re feeling unloved. There is someone who has promised to always love you despite your flaws. Read more for what to do when you feel unloved and what to say to someone who feels unloved.
Both professionally in my private practice as a neuropsychologist, but also personally, if I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it 100 times: “I didn’t know what to say, so I didn’t say anything.” People come to me when they are broken and hurting, in need of help, in need of answers. They aren’t sure if their child has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a learning disability, or autism.