Well, it really depends on what you mean by rejection. Emotional rejection?
From what I've seen, rejection usually means that the person being rejected has presented their partner with something that they need. If it's a bid from a partner to get a core relationship need met, than that means its an opportunity to grow and learn from the rejection, about how to meet each other's needs more effectively.
by Elayne 8 years ago
I read this article and it has some great points. Hope we haven't fallen hard for this obsession. What do you think?http://www.ldsmag.com/familyconnections … light.html
by Mohan Kumar 24 months ago
Did you wait till you found your best 'match' in a relationship or settled for what you can get?I know this is a sensitive question, but I am curious if (as I meet many who settled for what they can get and then complain about it) rather than take some time to find our best match. Does fear...
by shonaa 3 years ago
My name is Sona, I got married to my boyfriend in Feb 2011. We were extremely happy for the first year. We both took out time for each other. Did activities together . went out on small vacations, partying etc.I adore him. I have always wholeheartedly supported my husband in everything that he...
by Elizabeth 2 years ago
How does legalized gay marriage "ruin" or affect a heterosexual one?One of the most common arguments against gay marriage is that legalizing gay marriage will somehow minimize or ruin heterosexual marriages. Admittedly, this is one of the stupidest arguments out there, but it is one...
by Jacqui 5 years ago
How will my same-sex marriage affect you?People say that gay marriage being legalised will affect their marriage, or them? I'd like to know how (I will provide my thoughts on the matter later - or look for the Gay Marriage thread on the forum - I answered it there!).So, I'm curious. I'm not...
by Jacqui 4 years ago
How does Same Sex Marriage affect you or yours personally?People are debating what they really think about Same Sex Marriage on another question - and it occured to me again, no one has really said how they personally have been affected by Same-Sex Marriage - be it them personally, or their entire...
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