Just because an object of your affection does not reciprocate, it does not mean you are not worthy, it simply means you are not suitable for that one person.
Once you realise this, rejection will wield no power over your confidence and you can go forth and date knowing that you won’t get hurt.
The bottom line is that not everyone is going to find you attractive.
Everyone is different and is attracted/attractive to different people.
Commit to actively seeking out new people and going on dates with those you have a connection with.
Your end goal being finding your perfect match and if you concentrate and follow your plan you will succeed.
In a world of hot-or-not dating apps it seems we have all been reduced to our ability to take a decent selfie.
And while the fast and furious land of online dating makes it impossibly easy to meet new people, dating sites are not for the faint-hearted.
Avoid wasting energy on people that want affairs or one night stands by choosing the right places to meet like-minded singles.
Free sites employ very few checks and balances to ensure pests and abusive users are barred permanently.
If a user must input payment details they will behave in a more respectful way as they may be held accountable for insulting or inappropriate behaviour-this will greatly reduce your risk of being hurt by cruel rejections.
Exercising regularly and eating well makes you feel happier, healthier and more positive.
If you are feeling good then any adverse effect rejection might have will be significantly reduced.