We don’t want to please everyone. Our opinions, our feelings, our decisions do not have to be liked by everyone. Some may like it, some may not. Those who don’t like it… say they don’t like it. Many people feel that they are rejecting themselves and not admitting their feelings when they say this. Emotionally crushed. Such people who cannot tolerate even the slightest rejection have ‘rejection trauma’ (Rejection Trauma) This is a mental disorder. It is also known as Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria (RSD). This is an intense emotional response. Such a response is not good for a person’s mental well-being, self-esteem, and social life. That is why this should also be considered as a mental illness. Rejection can have a serious impact on mental health if it continues to hurt you.
People who are affected by this rejection trauma… become very sensitive if someone disagrees with them or criticizes them. They will suffer a lot. They get depressed by small words. It is taken as an insult. Will be sad. People with this problem experience sudden and extreme emotional changes. Anger, sadness and anxiety come very quickly in them. You are underestimating themselves. They want to be liked by anyone. They are suffering from the feeling that they are very little.
In some cases they are very depressedthat they have failed. They are haunted by the fear of rejection. That means they are haunted by the fear that someone will reject them and listen to what they have to say. Because of these feelings, they fail to form intimate relationships. Behave openly with others as if they don’t like them. This will reduce the number of people who like that name.
Rejection trauma should not be taken lightly. It has a lot of impact on a person’s life. Leads to symptoms of loneliness, depression, anxiety. It also affects their own work, study and job. They definitely need the help of a psychologist. So if such symptoms appear, definitely take appropriate treatment with a psychiatrist.
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