By- Jaskeerat Kaur
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Jaskeerat Kaur





Once again hello everyone now this topic is something which everyone will love to read.

So I think there is no one in the world would never faced rejection. Let's not make rejection a big word but understand it with the simple meaning - "to deny". Does rejection really push a person towards depression???

Social rejection increases anger, anxiety, depression, jealousy and sadness. It reduces performance on difficult intellectual tasks, and can also contribute to aggression and poor impulse control.

Rejection from a boy or girl you love, rejection for an interview or rejection in any relation all have a very negative impression and impact on our mind and heart.


Rejection can be extremely painful because it may have the effect of making people feel as if they are not wanted, valued, or accepted. Most individuals will experience rejection at some point in their lives. A child may feel rejected temporarily by a busy parent, or a student may feel rejected by a professor who is brusque or rude. These types of rejection may resolve quickly and are less likely to have long-lasting effects.

Trauma: Long-term rejection or rejection that results in extreme feelings may contribute to trauma and can have serious psychological consequences. For example, children who feel consistently rejected by their parents may find it difficult to succeed at school and in relationships with their peers. Some individuals develop a chronic fear of rejection, often as a result of multiple traumatic experiences with rejection early in life.

Depression: Rejection has been linked to the development of depression in teen girls; however, others who experience rejection may also become depressed. Further, bullying, which is essentially a combination of ostracism and rejection, can have numerous negative effects, including depression, stress, eating disorders, and self-harming behaviors.

Pain response: Research has shown that the brain responds to social pain in a way that is similar to the way that it responds to physical pain. According to research, the same brain pathways that are activated by physical pain are also activated by social pain, or rejection. Receptor systems in the brain also release natural painkillers (opioids) when an individual experiences social pain, the same as when physical pain is experienced.

Anxiety and stress: Rejection might often contribute to pre-existing conditions such as stress and anxiety or lead to their development. Similarly, these and other mental health conditions can exacerbate feelings of rejection.

But as it is said that every thing has two aspects positive and negative. Similarly in my opinion Rejection also can be positive in many aspects.

Rejection motivates us to do better.

Rejection reminds us we're human.

Rejection teaches patience.

Rejection causes us to explore different paths.

Rejection forces us to reevaluate ourselves.

Rejection makes us reconsider our goals.

Rejection creates opportunities for change.

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