How do you spell rejection?

I had a forgettable interview this week. Now I deluge myself with things to make myself feel better “Maybe the lady was having a hard time in her life and that was why she was such a sour puss,” “Maybe she had to give up a golf match so she could interview me, and that is why she made that face the whole time,” “I don’t really want to work at that dump anyway,” and finally “My life is good enough that it doesn’t really matter if I get that stupid job, dumb jerks.”

I laugh about these types of thoughts because they are so typical when a person thinks they have been rejected they want to know why. It is easy to magnitate to (yes I did just make up that word, because I rock) the things we, ok I feel like I am not good at or areas where I am still we can say “developing”.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Fitèna says:

    R-E-J-E…:-)You’re right though. The human nature carves for explanations. And the worst is when we start thinking up excuses for those who “reject” us.Fitèna

  2. Neil says:

    There could be so many reasons, many of them having nothing to do with you, that it isn’t very useful to beat yourself up about an interview.

  3. Natalie says:

    I have joined your REJECTION club… it is on my blog.

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