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Overcome Rejection Sensitivity

Become more confident and discover better ways to connect with others

Do you have a tendency to anxiously replay conversations in your head, wondering what exactly someone meant?

Everyone wants to feel accepted and welcomed. It’s human nature. We are social animals, and relationships are important to us. They help us understand the world and ourselves. So it’s no wonder feeling rejected hurts so badly.

No one likes to feel rejected. But for some people, this very natural response is dialed up.

Being sensitive to rejection can make you feel anxious and lead to unpleasant overthinking. You may feel as though you are constantly on the lookout for signs that someone dislikes you. You may convince yourself that any negative or non-enthusiastic part of a conversation was caused by you. You might even feel that your friends or family members are slow to reply to your text messages because they are mad at you.

The niggling thoughts that plague you keep on coming even when you know they’re not real. You may know on a logical level that your friend didn’t reply because they are busy at work, that your brother is in a grumpy mood because he didn’t sleep well, or that a co-worker is always negative. But you just can’t stop yourself from feeling like it’s personal.

But as deeply ingrained as these responses and feelings may seem, there is hope.

Living with rejection sensitivity

For many people, rejection sensitivity starts at a young age. Perhaps you didn’t feel supported. Maybe you felt a particularly harsh rejection that stuck with you. Or maybe you didn’t grow up in an environment that gave you self-confidence. Whatever the origins of your sensitivity to rejection, the effects can be significant and debilitating.

Excessive sensitivity to rejection can often stop you from building meaningful relationships, as you may end up pushing people away before they get too close in an effort to protect yourself. And if you are constantly seeking reassurance from friends or family members, it can also take its toll on the close relationships you do have.

You may even end up deciding that having close friendships is simply not worth it. Rather than face the anxiety of inviting someone to a movie or restaurant, or even just to your home for a cup of tea, you may decide it’s easier to do things alone.

But of course, in the long term this kind of approach is not sustainable. A lack of close relationships can lead to intense loneliness and sadness. Ultimately, it all adds up to a less healthy, fulfilling, and enjoyable life.

How hypnosis can help

Overcome Rejection Sensitivity is an audio hypnosis session that will help you feel calmer and more secure in your connections with others.

As you relax and listen repeatedly to your session, you’ll notice that you:

  • Feel more at ease with yourself
  • Can stop overanalyzing people’s words
  • Are more easygoing in your relationships, and enjoy them more
  • Are better able to relax and give new friendships time to develop.

Download Overcome Rejection Sensitivity now and start your journey to a more rewarding social life. You can listen on your computer or device or via our free app which you can access when you have completed your purchase.


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Overcome Rejection Sensitivity with self-hypnosis. Become more confident and discover better ways to connect with others.
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Overcome Rejection Sensitivity

Overcome Rejection Sensitivity with self-hypnosis. Become more confident and discover better ways to connect with others.

Note: Download only available in English language.