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Guy Winch is a licensed psychologist, speaker, and author whose books have been translated into fourteen languages. He received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from New York University in 1991 and he has a private practice in Manhattan. He writes The Squeaky Wheel blog for PsychologyToday.com and he also blogs for Huffington Post. On the occasional dark and moonlit night, you might find him performing stand-up comedy in New York City.

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Guy Winch For many people, the most difficult emotional truth they face, simple as it sounds, is actually admitting when their feelings are hurt. For example, s…moreFor many people, the most difficult emotional truth they face, simple as it sounds, is actually admitting when their feelings are hurt. For example, sometimes even a small rejection can really sting but we might try to sweep the hurt under the rug and deny we feel upset by it.(less)
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What to Do When You Feel Rejected by Your Spouse or Partner

If you feel rejected by your spouse or partner, you're not alone. Here's what to do:

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“Indeed, insight is the true hallmark of empathy. The power of true empathy is its ability to give us a fresh understanding of the other person's emotions and thoughts to illuminate an aspect of their experience that would not have been apparent to us had we not stepped into their shoes.”
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“Failure is so common a human experience that what distinguishes us from one another is not that we fail but rather how we respond when we do.”
Guy Winch, Emotional First Aid: Practical Strategies for Treating Failure, Rejection, Guilt, and Other EverydayPsychological Injuries

“The most frequent reasons we get turned down as romantic prospects (or as job applicants) are because of a lack of general chemistry, because we don’t match the person’s or company’s specific needs at that time, or because we don’t fit the narrow definition of who they’re looking for—not because of any critical missteps we might have made nor because we have any fatal character flaws.”
Guy Winch, Emotional First Aid: Practical Strategies for Treating Failure, Rejection, Guilt, and Other EverydayPsychological Injuries

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