Overcoming The Fear Of Rejection To Get The Girl You Want

Most men will never date a woman who looks like this simply because they lack the confidence to ask her out.

Most men will never date a woman who looks like this simply because they lack the confidence to ask her out.

A recent poll revealed the biggest challenge standing between most men and being in a relationship with the girl of their dreams is the fact they will never even ask her out. Crazy, isn’t it?

Despite being able to overcome adversities such as natural disasters and wars, the fear of rejection still remains man’s biggest fear.  Some guys are so afraid of being rejected they would rather swim in a pool of sharks instead of asking a beautiful women out on a date.

But what are we so afraid of? What can you do to reduce the agonizing fear that is keeping you from getting your dream girl?

These are great questions and the answers may vary depending on who you ask.  Based on my research and personal experiences, I have learned a great deal about rejection.

Here are few guidelines to follow when trying to get over your fear of rejection.

1. Understand The Fear

By definition, the fear of rejection is the fear that someone will not accept you for one reason or another.

As human beings, we have a natural longing to be loved and accepted. If there is even the slightest chance our heart’s may be broken, we tend to put a wall up and avoid it at all costs.

Take a second to think about what is keeping you from asking your crush out on a date. Is the reason you wrote down really bad enough to keep you from trying? Are you mainly concerned she will say no or completely ignore you?

Sure, on a not so great day you may run into a woman that acts distant or completely ignores you when you make an attempt to talk to her. However, research has shown that 95% of the time she will either accept your invitation or politely tell you she is in a relationship and thank you for asking.

2. Speak With A Therapist

Cognitively based therapists can help identify your deeper, more concerning fears of rejection that may be directly related to physical appearance or negative thoughts about yourself.  Cognitively based therapy aims to replace your negative thoughts with more positive and realistic thinking.

An example would be retraining your brain to understand rejection does not mean you are unlovable or undesirable, but rather there is someone else better out there for you.

3. Every Case Is Different

I am sure you have heard the saying, “don’t judge a book by its cover.” The same concept applies here.

Don’t assume girls are all the same or generalize women with a particular body type, hair color or nationality based on your previous experiences. Each person you approach is different and what may be true of one of them is not true for all of them.

The next girl you ask out could end up being your soul mate, so be positive and keep asking.

4. Work On Your Confidence

Have you ever seen an unattractive guy dating the “hot girl” and you wonder how in the world he was able to convince her to date him? What’s his secret? It’s all about confidence.

Believe it or not, getting the girl of your dreams starts with building an emotional connection. Some type of attraction that appeals to her.  Nothing is sexier to a woman than a man with confidence.

One of the best ways to replace your fear of rejection is to be confident.  As your confidence builds, you will become less worried about rejection and more interested in venturing into the possibilities of the relationship unknowns.

I don’t mean to make it sound simple to get over your fear of rejection. This is not an overnight process. However following the advice in this article can certainly help speed it up.

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