Rejection: 2 in 1 Book: Proven steps To Overcome the Fear of Rejection and Breakup Bible: How to Tell Your Partner This Isn’t Working (The Relationship Guide Series) by Niel Schreiber

Title: Rejection: 2 in 1 Book: Proven Steps to Overcome the Fear of Rejection and Breakup Bible: How to Tell Your Partner This Isn’t Working (The Relationship Guide Series)

Author: Niel Schreiber

Publisher: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited

Date of Publication: 9 November 2017

Genre: Self-Help

Rating: 5/5

“you’ve touched me

without even

touching me”

-Rupi Kaur, Milk and Honey (2014)

Rejection is a brutal emotion and tends to overpower all the positivity in a person. That does not in any way mean that rejection cannot be overcome. The book begins by helping the reader navigate the murky and dark waters of rejection and its tendency to parasitically take over one’s life. Rejection can mean a lot of things to a lot of people from being turned down by the one’s they admire, to not making it to a certain position in life or not getting a certain grade and job. In any case it has far reaching effects in the lives of people. It can take on a life of its own and begin to manipulate decisions. However, it is self -inflicted rejection that is the worst. The book provides ample advice on how to deal with and rise above rejection. While it is not exhaustive, it has some positive approaches towards situational downturns and feelings of dejection. The step by step advice helps to focus on the issues at hand and work at eliminating them one at a time in order to ensure steady self-development.

As its title suggests, the second book is truly the Breakup Bible for the modern generation that seems to be struggling to keep its heart in place. With a conversational style and brief approach, the guide is bound to teach readers how to begin at self-love and self-acceptance. Acknowledging the apocalypse is of utmost importance. One cannot begin to resolve issues without pin pointing the cause and reason behind them. It calls for putting down unrealistic expectations or over dependency on the trigger. ‘Whirlwind Relationships’ are addressed as one of the riskiest of all, since the couple identity overtakes the individuality of the duo. This has serious long term effects leading to the ‘fairy tale fallout’. Dishonesty is at the top of the list. The book stresses over and over again on certain issues that should not be tolerated under any circumstance. No means no. Openness and accountability must not be compromised with as is the case in most toxic relationships. After the erosion of self -worth is over begins the real period of recovery and renewal. The book focuses on self actualisation and identity reconstruction through some simple yet profound tips. The advice is very organised, subtle and mature. It’s just the kind of words that a person needs to hear at a time of emotional meltdown. Following these does not come across as too difficult and the book does not ask for much from the reader except to listen in a whole hearted manner to the counsel with an open mind. It strikes a beautiful balance between finding inner ease and yet being able to remain big hearted and emotionally stable.

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