I know that when rejection hurts it can nudge, push and pull us in dark and undeniable places. As love began to hit me in my adult life, I learned how to hone in on the pain and the feelings of rejection, albeit most times this reaction taught me to deny the why of everything.I have learned that someone’s rejection of me is neither a detriment towards me, nor should it be an obstacle for me.I am learning that God has prepared us and purposed our lives in such a way that there are no coincidences. Life creates a ménage of events that leaves us breathless, yet we do not know what life will entail.ABOUT THE AUTHORCassie Zampa-Keim is a renowned dating and relationship strategist, author, speaker, workshop leader, and coach.She is the founder and CEO of Innovative Match, a national relationship-services firm, and author of the syndicated “Ask Cass” blog (After all, she’s the CEO and Founder of Innovative Match, a unique dating service that incorporates Cassie’s dating strategies with a personalized coaching approach.
You also need to have Java Script enabled in your browser.We are evolving, all within understanding our feelings and emotions. Our way of thinking impedes upon us to do better, to be better and not to remain stuck in a painful way. His greatest commandment is to love one another as you love yourself.It is our divine responsibility to take care of self, to love ourselves-to learn how to love ourselves. That I believe is one of the hardest mandates He gave. Being an adoptee pushed me or taught me to appreciate who I am and to love who I am becoming.
My first real love and heartbreak was at seventeen years old. I know that the word is fundamental in my love language.It's more fun Some dating sites claim to be the place to find someone to marry.