Is being a bachelor or bachelorette a blessing or a curse?
It may be hard to believe, but advice columnist Harlan Cohen finds rejection very inviting.
Rejection, he says, brings us to his universal truth: "Thousands of people will want you - millions will not."
Cohen says the key is to get comfortable with rejection. The best-selling author explains once you give millions permission not to like you, you make room for the thousands who will.
He says it's important to ask yourself a few simple questions.
What have I done today? What have I done this week to meet people?
And, how am I helping people to meet me?
He says men, in general, are very afraid to approach women who they find intimidating.
His single most important piece of advice for women is to make it easy to approach you.
His book is eye catching because it's called " Getting Naked " but it really means "emotionally naked."
Cohen says put yourself out there and be confident enough to gracefully accept rejection.
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