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How to Brave the Brush-Offs
Dumped, but not down. I can take the feedback.
Don't laser in on every dis.
I Can Take It
Learn to give and get criticism.
The Art of Rejection
What's so good about negative feedback?
How Rejection Fuels Creativity
Hail the independent mindset.
Mastering Failure and Rejection (Part 1 of 3)
It's not misfortune itself that defeats you.
Don't Sleep with Your Critic (And 4 More Feedback Tips)
Choose carefully who to get your feedback from.
Why Validation Matters: Insights from 5 Just-Published Studies
It is good to feel validated, and not just for you
The Antidote to Anger and Frustration
The power of emotional validation
It's Not About You: Dealing With Internet Date Rejections
If it's not about you, what are internet dating rejections about?
Subtle criticism hurts as much as getting ripped a new one
How To Get An Ex Back: 5 Essential Steps
Rejection can be the start of building something better.
Disappointed? Six Ways to Recover From Emotional Setbacks
... or to avoid it altogether.
Managing Your Tendency Toward Zoom and Doom Thinking
Does a bad day zoom you out to self-doubt? You're not alone and here's help.
One Essential Quality Successful Executives Can't Do Without
How you respond to failure is more important than how you handle success.
College Rejection Letters Can Hurt but Don't Have to Make You Crazy
Ways to keep college rejection -- and acceptance -- in perspective.
Preserving Mental Health During Unemployment
How to stay grounded when your job is spirited away
The Neuroscience of Rejection
Why feeling left out feels so bad
Management: Defensiveness About Feedback
Why do people get defensive when given feedback?
Love is one of the most profound emotions known to human beings. For some, romantic relationships are the most meaningful element in their lives, providing a source of fulfillment outside of ourselves.
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Most of us wish we could improve certain things about ourselves. Lasting change is difficult though—many of our habits are deeply ingrained, and certain core personality attributes may be immutable.
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Five Things NOT to Do to Babies
Are You in a Relationship With an Unavailable Person?
How to Boost a Woman's Chance of Orgasm During Intercourse
Three Techniques to Read People
The Four Types of Attraction