Here's another way to think about rejection by a woman. The other night I went out with a girl, a week later I was (you guessed it) rejected. It didn't really bother me too much because I knew I had learned from it. Anyway, I got home and was listening to music and a song called 'The Last Laugh.' came on. This got me to thinking about my experience and it hit me that this is a perfect attitude to have. I am assuming that if you are reading tips from this site then you are trying to improve yourself (or giving advice). Obviously, when a girl rejects you, you will not become part of her life and you miss out on the relationship. So why do you have the last laugh? For a number of reasons: 1. She is missing the company of a great guy and thinks that she is making the right choice. 2. You are improving yourself, so in the future, you will be even more of a catch. Ironically, it may turn out that her rejection of you is even more incentive to make yourself a better person (to become a better person I just mean try new things, build confidence, learn about people, etc.), if she had accepted you, you would have less time to carry out activities you want to do and may become complacent in your efforts of self-improvement. Therefore she is missing out on the great person you are and the greater person you will be (a greater person that she may have helped develop, in an indirect way). You maintain the freedom of bachelorhood, the desire to keep on moving ahead in life and the choice of more women who can appreciate you. Why wouldn't you be laughing?