Something to Think About – The R’s of Live – Survival in a Modern World – Rejection – A fact of Life by Sally Cronin

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Wow! I’ve never thought about the concept of a mental or emotional immune system, but as Sally Cronin – who is an expert on health and wellness – says, it is something we all should work on.

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The R’s of Life – Chapter Twelve – Rejection – A Fact of Life

One of life’s certainties is that at some point you are going to be rejected personally or professionally. It can happen at any age and because it is a certainty, it does pay to prepare for it, or if unexpected have some strategies to cope with it.

Rejection is when you are denied something you want, love, need, desire or expect.

Real life is seldom as cut and dried, and certainly less kind when it comes to rejection. This is why you have to boost your mental immune system, the one that keeps depression, despair, low self-esteem and unhappiness at bay. We are bombarded with messages about boosting our physical immune system, by eating our five a day and by avoiding antibiotics, but if you look at the headlines in the magazines and newspapers, you would…

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3 thoughts on “Something to Think About – The R’s of Live – Survival in a Modern World – Rejection – A fact of Life by Sally Cronin

    Smorgasbord - Variety is the Spice of Life. said:
    March 26, 2019 at 2:37 pm

    Thanks for spreading the word Jo..♥

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      jorobinson176 responded:
      March 26, 2019 at 2:42 pm

      Pleasure Sally! It’s interesting – I think people sometimes think that emotional and mental things are there to stay when we really can work on making them better. ❤

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