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Author Topic: Rejection Therapy  (Read 2660 times)


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Rejection Therapy
« on: November 28, 2015, 12:44 PM »
Hey everyone! I haven't posted in a while - not that I am a frequent poster - and I ran across something that I thought would be interesting to share. I'm going to try to make this post not look spammy, it's just an interesting concept and I think that most people could benefit from such a thing.

It's a game called Rejection Therapy™.

From the website:

Rejection Therapy™ is the real life game with one rule. The game is designed for anyone who wants to build confidence and overcome fear of rejection.

Rejection Therapy will show you how rejection can be an exciting and positive experience.

I stumbled upon this game when I was browsing lifehack blogs, and I just thought I'd share it - we're social creatures and not fearing rejection helps us pursue that goal.

There are a few different flavors of the game (classic, entrepreneur, and blue pill editions). It's a card-based game and from what I understand, each card comes with it's own chalenge for you to overcome rejection in some way, shape or form.

Here's the link to the website:




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Re: Rejection Therapy
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2015, 12:55 PM »
Great stuff.  I'm not about to play the game but I love the idea of learning to not fear rejection.


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Re: Rejection Therapy
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2015, 01:39 AM »
No thanks. Not interested.

Did I win? Did you overcome your fear of rejection about sharing this game? ;D