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How do you feel when your article gets rejected?



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How do you feel when your article gets rejected?

When I was in Highschool, I used to contribute in our school paper, but I only write using our native language. There was a time when our adviser assign me to write an English article about our country's grade system. I was nervous at first but I still agreed on writing the article. However, when I finished writing it and submit it to her, she told me that she cannot put it in the paper because apparently she forgot that she also gave that topic to one of the editor. I was really upset that time because it wasn't even reviewed by her, it was rejected because of her own carelessness. 

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stbrians

Rejection or your article being rejected will obviously down heart you. Nowadays I have had so many articles rejected that am used to it. Rejection does not make me fret but move on. After all I can produce much more.



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focusedwriter10

Well, I agree that after rejection you just need to move. I used to feel so bad whenever my articles got rejected. I later realized some clients will reject articles based on their feelings, while others will reject the articles as a means of exploitation.



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ElectorAlexande

Yea some are like that but nothing can be done about it than to move on but am sure they will face the drum one day.



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jayjaydimson

Yes, I agree with that, don't feel down when your post got rejected, maybe it's just a trial for you to become more successful someday.



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nrnlss

Yes, and make that rejection your motivation to di better.



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nrnlss

Yes, I agree with you. Sometimes no matter how good the article is, the client still rejects it.



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katarinamurtin

I agree! Every time my article got rejected in the past I was so devastated and disappointed but now... I read the article again and I realize I can write a much more better article than this one and I do it. I send it again and they usually accept it. Now that is when I feel proud of myself.



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ElectorAlexande

Yea, I think when articles are rejected it make you even stronger than you were before so it so cool and nice to be accepted after being rejected.



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Jeane

When rejections come if you lack confidence (you are not quite sure your writing is good enough to be published) odds are you'll never submit an article again.

This is why writers must be learn to be confident. It is the one thing that will buoy you up when you desperately need the motivation to continue writing and submitting articles - many of which may still be rejected - until you get what you seek.



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nrnlss

yes, and if you make it your motivation.



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nrnlss

That's really good. I hope I am like you too.



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nrnlss

I wish I can do that, until now I am still afraid to pass some sample or manuscript because I am afraid of getting rejected again.



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ElectorAlexande

Yea it happens but you have to man up and keep giving samples, just never let your yesterday stop your tomorrow.



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nrnlss

Yes, I realized sulking will no good for me and I have to stand again.



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Jelineex

I understand your feelings of being rejected. You work hard for it and yet it's not being reviewed by your adviser. You must understand that this is the reality in life and you have to accept it. It may hurt but it will make you strong. It's not everything that we do is appreciated and pleasing to others. What matter is you have done your best and face challenges in your life. I have so many rejection and disappointment in life. But, I learned to accept and face it with courage and humility.



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nrnlss

Yes, I should keep on fighting and I should keep on writing.



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jayjaydimson

Well, don't think it that way, because if you do that, you will just feel bad and it won't help you with anything.



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ElectorAlexande

Yea thats true in someways but even if am already used to it I still don't bad down because I need to be at the top so my article can take me there.



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nrnlss

Yes, you need to get up and be more motivated and write a good article.



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ElectorAlexande

Yea, am already use to that by now because have faced it and felt the pain at first and now it's just normal.



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Steve5

That's a nice way of handling things. A lot of us get hung over the details. We're too caught up in our rejection that we forget there are more opportunities out there. What matters is that we keep trying. Eventually, we'll get where we want to go.



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Kakashi2020

I'm not really good with rejection. If my article gets rejected and I feel that the article is a good one, I would ask the site for the reason. If it's not a valid one then I won't go back to that site ever again. Also I'll write a dozen bad reviews about the site and scatter it all over the internet. That is, if the reason they give is not a reasonable one.



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Judas2018

If it gets rejected for the reasons the Op listed, then it's no big deal. If it gets rejected for poor or shoddy quality, then that just means you need to do some touch-ups or get better at your craft.



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esteban123

Well that is really a sad experience and it really feels bad to be rejected after doing all your best just to have such article. Sometimes we cannot predict some situation like these and the best thing to do is move on and do not become so worried about it since it is not yet the end of the world. We can still write some article in due time and for sure there are still a lot of opportunities that is waiting for us. Just be positive and confident for your self and have the patience to wait for the right time.



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nrnlss

I agree with you, I felt really bad about that time because I work hard for that article, I am not really good at writing english article but I tried my best and even check it through online grammar checkers and let my friends proofread it.



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esteban123

Yes that is right since it give us the feeling of disappointment whenever someone rejected our article writing. It give us the feeling of a little embarrassment because we are thinking negative thoughts on our mind on some reasons why our article writing was not accepted.



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Youngshark

Sometimes it might be just a section of the article that augered wrong with the editor or reader and in other cases they might be in a bad mood and we might take it heavily and think bad of ourselves.



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jpk0007

Rejection is a part of life and we need to accept it gracefully. I think when you get older you are able to cope up with the disappointment associated with any kind of rejection. There are times when we have to reject the work of others. Most of the times our work gets rejected when it is not up to the mark or when someone else comes up with something better. Its always better to take rejection positively and move ahead after learning from our mistakes.



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mark8625

That is true. Rejection should not take it negative. It should be take positive so that we can move forward and try again one more time. We need to prove them that we are deserving and not surrender easily.



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esteban123

Yes I agree with you, rejection should always see us as a positive results of our hard work. It is also a sign that we need to improve in some areas where we are weak so that next time around we can have already a success with it. I think it is just fine to have some rejection at some time because it give us the feeling of motivation to work hard next time so that we will not be rejected anymore.



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mark8625

It is good to be rejected sometimes to force us to move on and prove them that we can do things like they do. We should not surrender because rejection is just like a wake up call that no matter how good we are, there are times that our faith and patience will be tested.



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esteban123

Yes I agree with you, we should not surrender no matter how hard the situation is because it is only given to us to test on how strong we are in times of great difficulties. Rejection should be a call for us to improve more our knowledge because the world is always evolving and changing, we must adapt with it and go with flow.



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mark8625

That is right. Some people when they rejected, they feel like emotional about it and it takes time for them to recover. That is wrong. We should forget rejection as fast as we can because if we will stick on that feeling, the more we cant move on about it.



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esteban123

Yes it is really true and we must believe in our selves that we can make it to happen, rejection is just a beginning and it is not yet the end of everything. We must have the strength and the motivation to start again after experiencing some failure in life.



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mark8625

That is right. No need to take it very serious and yet take your new steps to get in very seriously. Rejection is not as painful as what others feel about it,for me it is just a challenge that we need to overcome.



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esteban123

Yes I agree that it is only a challenge and we must not really take it seriously because it will just give us some heartaches which might affect our way of living. We really need to come up with a solution to overcome such failure.



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nrnlss

Yes I agree with you, but there are times that one rejection will scar you for life.



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Jeane

One thing all writers ought to keep in mind is that no matter how good a writer you are, eventually some of your work will be rejected (or the fans won't like something you've written and the book, short story collection, etc doesn't sell that much).

Rejection doesn't need to scar you for life. Get knocked down once, you should pick yourself up, dust yourself off and keep going. But of course this depends on how badly you want something.



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mark8625

Definitely yes it will scar your life if you take it very seriously. It is up to the person on how they handle rejection. Handle it positively and you will never feel pain and yet you will feel motivated more.



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burgosmichael24

Failure is not the opposite of success but rather part of it. God sometimes allow us to fail not because we are failures but because God wants us to learn something from that humbling experience.



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Corzhens

I had also tried submitting an article to the school's paper when I was in high school. It was actually a part of our English subject's assignment and was a graded work. I gave it my blood, sweat and tears, so to speak that when it was not published, I really felt bad. Maybe that was one of the reasons why I did not prosper much in written English because I was frustrated with that rejection. But that was a long time ago and I was able to move on. Thanks to my office job that gave me the confidence to be myself in terms of English.



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allyn2017

I feel you, I am not really a good english writer and speaker. I am not fluent and my grammar is not really that good. So even if I saw a writing opportunity and want it so bad, I just ignore it because I am afraid of getting rejected.



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theresajane

I actually experienced the same scenario. It feels sad and terrible. But, it made me realize that I should work hard and improve.



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mark8625

That is right. Work hard and improve are good combination to be a successful person. Dont stop to move forward no matter what.



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allyn2017

I had an article that has been rejected by my Philosophy professor, it was really hard because I work hard for it and I had some sleepless nights just to finish the article.



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theresajane

Rejections are always there. But, I can't help but feel sad especially if I experience rejection. I had experienced having my article rejected when I tried to write for our school paper. It was hard, but it made me strive hard to improve and be better in writing.



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nrnlss

I agree with you, even you know that there's a big possibility that your article or piece can be rejected and you are probably ready for it, but when it happens you still get sad.



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superlicca

It is okay to feel bad when your article gets rejected. That is the initial reaction of anyone who experiences rejections. But we have to remember that acceptance is the key. We just have to learn from it and work harder to provide a better article. We need to respect their standards and let us be competitive to meet their qualifications.



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HappyLady

Oh you just reminded me of my first ever rejection. I wrote a story for a magazine way back in the days when there were no computers and no Internet to tell you what not to do. It was a good story, but not at all suited to the women's magazine I sent it to. The story is lost, but now I would know where to place it. The editors were generous with their remarks, but felt the story too subjective for their magazine. Nowadays I would have turned it into a love story. It was about a time we tried to give money to a poor man who offered us a meal in the desert. He was most offended. Of course, now I know I should have sent it to a travel magazine, or an anthropological one.

Studying why an article or story might be rejected is a valuable thing to do. At college, we were told the writer, Virginia Woolf papered her walls with manuscript rejections.



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mark8625

Inspiring story of yours. Life must go on and never stop moving forward even someone rejected you from the past. Use that rejection as a motivation to keep your dream on fire and keeping the flame alive.



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mcnasci24

I think one must always be open to criticism. When my articles are rejected, I try to understand what mistakes I made, read the editor's suggestions and then I improve my writing. Of course, if I feel an article of mine is rejected unfairly, I also speak up. So basically, maintaining a professional balance is key.



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Jeane

When a writer gets their first rejection, they'll be upset. When my horror story was rejected lots of questions whirled round my mind. Was my my writing that horrible? Was the editor unfair? Etc., etc.

All writers have some of their work rejected. Sure the feeling isn't that great but there is always a good reason why something you have written gets rejected. Sometimes it just is the editors already have everything they need.

When your article or story you've submitted somewhere gets rejected, try to sell it elsewhere. Someone else could buy it.



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focusedwriter10

When your article or story you've submitted somewhere gets rejected, try to sell it elsewhere. Someone else could buy it.

I can confirm that I have tested this method and it works, although sometimes it takes time to sell. I once wrote 6 travel articles and they were all rejected. That made me feel so bad because the client rejected the work after some disagreement with the site owner.
After one week, I found someone who bought each article at $15, which was thrice the initial price.



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anyone01

Usually remember that writing is an artwork. There might be several reasons for a rejection. Even if your outcomes are flawlessly in order, a article submission could get rejected due to the end result presentation, grammar, formatting, or maybe submission to the incorrect subject. After you get the grasp on, you're probably to turn out to be unstoppable. You quick learn the how, what and where of journal submissions for greatest results.



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jayjaydimson

I won't feel bad about it, but it can make me feel that I need to improve more my writing skills.



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mark8625

I would be upset initially but I will not give up to write new article that has a value to the people. I will train harder and learn more things to be an effective writer.



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Barida

That's the goal. We shouldn't let such things to set us back in life. One thing that is crucial is for us to always keep pushing with the hope that things will always work better at the end of the day.



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mark8625

People always take negative things like rejection for sometime and they keep on thinking about it. In the end they will lose focus and loss their self confidence too. We should not accept rejection in this way. Lets think the good sides of it like not giving up.



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emiaj55

Rejection is a common thing, not only for writers but for every creator. As for me, I do not throw away what I have written as though they are useless. For some, I submit them to others who needs the same content. Others I keep for reference for future articles. Just never think that your effort was worthless, after all you have your output. Just think of it this way: you have your writing in practice, and it is not a mere thought anymore. You have already done the job.



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nrnlss

Thank you for your encouraging words. I appreciate it



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mark8625

That is right. What you did is the best way to overcome rejection. People has different kinds of attitudes and different styles of accepting rejection.



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burgosmichael24

It is a normal thing to be upset and get disappointed when you are rejected. However, that's not the end of everything. Always remember, nobody starts at the finish line. Sometimes it is necessary to separate the boys from men. Take note that failure is not the opposite of success, it is part of success and sometimes God allows you to fail not because you're a failure but because He wants you to learn something from that experience.



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Barida

Honestly, I will feel pretty bad and down when I am faced with this kind of situation. I think that we should always look at ways that we can improve on the ways that we analyze situations which is one of the reasons we should try to understand things that happen to us. I will feel bad when I'm faced with this kind of situation as well.



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Martinsx1

Seriously, it never feels good when you see all your efforts invested in writing an article being deemed not up to standard and outrightly rejected.

Sometimes, this kills off one's zeal to write for those freelance writers who are not well committed to the job.



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Alymae

True. Getting rejected is really one of the disappointment of writers. I think that one of the reasons while writers stop writing is due to the rejections they have faced. It is hard to accept if someone rejected your work especially if you put too much effort into it.



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Martinsx1

Well, one thing that is very peculiar in life is that nobody is perfect in anything the individual is doing and when it comes to article writing, we all still need to improve on our work because we are definitely going to be criticized one way or another.

So, in essence what I'm trying to say is that when my articles are rejected, it only mean that I need to improve my work in order to have it accepted and approved.



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amelia88

I’m going to be honest, it frustrates me - especially when I know I’ve poured my heart and soul into a piece. I always have to remind myself that publications may like a piece but it may just not fit with their current edition for instance - and that can be reassuring.



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Judas2018

You should really try and build a reputation and a body of work as a writer. That way, people can and will come to you for work. The other way around, could lead to more rejections than you can handle.



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amelia88

That’s good advice. I’ve been working on compiling a robust portfolio and once I feel like I’ve got enough work examples I’ll go down that route.



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mdayrit

It is understandable that you feel bad with what happened to you. It is because you worked hard for it and spend time and effort but your adviser lacks interest to even look at it. She should have reviewed it and compared to the work of the other student he/she assigned before dismissing your submission. Use this as a motivation to make your writing even better. That way, you will be preferred over the others.



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cks003

The feeling is downright disappointment and at the same time frustrated when my first article rejected by a peer reviewed journal. Instead of admitting the mistakes as highlighted by the editor or reviewer, I maintained and insisted that my article was the best and the messages were very valid. It was the reviewer or the editor who did not understand or they were not supposed to be assigned to review my article as the were not qualified. That was the feeling I felt when my article was first got rejected.



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hstinscdln

It's pretty annoying and irritating, really. Especially it shouldn't really have been rejected. But rejection makes me want to prove myself more. It is the same as failure that makes me strive even more to show people that my works deserves to be noticed.



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Judas2018

@hstinscdln Sometimes rejection happens as a pre-cursor to a better opportunity later on down the road. When one door closes, another one opens as they say.



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stormbreaker10

You cannot remove the pain of being rejected but in my perspective of being rejected is one of the basic rule in the world. Just accept it and do it again because someday your effort will pay off.



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stormbreaker10

Remember and always take this word in your heart. The world is equal to changes, I said this because I want you to appreciate every thing its either good or bad.



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Steve5

I mostly feel sadness. It's because I'm reminded of the fact that I'm not good enough. It's okay. Much better for us to find out sooner. This gives us the chance to practice and grow as writers. We can then improve on our mistakes.



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ajahcuizon

If ever that my paper will get rejected, I will feel down and sad but not upset. I may feel disappointed but I will just think that they lost more than I do. Of course, somehow, I will feel angry because I exerted effort and they didn't appreciate it. I will just take it as a challenge that every writer will encounter. I just hope that I will not come to the point where I'll stop writing because of such incident.



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nrnlss

That's really good because you can control your emotions. I wish I am like you.



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superlicca

A rejection does not have to be the end of the world, it should be exactly what we need to get where we want to be. This is always part of our lives and without rejections, you will never be reminded of your own weakness. A weakness that we can possibly improve or overcome.



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nrnlss

I agree with you, through rejection you will learn a lot of things.



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romyter013

Once we experience that we are rejected in a situation we had in life, we have to remember that we are not living in a perfect world but we must think thats its a lesson for us to start all over again and improve more ourselves to be a better writer, be the best one. We don't win all time, we loose sometimes and we must to stand up again and learned from it.



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nrnlss

You are right, rejection is not the end of everything sometimes it happen because you need to learn something.



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Alymae

You should take rejection as a learning curve. It is not easy to accept it but we must learn to live with it because people get rejected all the time, We should change our mindset and take rejection as a learning experience. Before submitting articles, I get scared. I keep doubting myself but I also know that I have to face it. If I get rejected that means that I have to do a better job and do it well. It means I have room for improvement, this is good right? People should never stop improving and just continue to move forward. There is no limit in knowledge and skills.



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nrnlss

Yes, right. It is a great motivation to di better next time.



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agbuyarashel

What does it feel when my article is rejected?
Ofcourse very dissapointing, I have worked my ass hard for it, spent time, effort and emotion just to create an article with the hopes to be recognized, but I need to stay positive to get through it. What I do is I just take a break and take time to mourn.
It is also important to ask someone why is it rejected, what dis I do wrong and what can I do to improve.



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nrnlss

I agree with you, you need time to think what you have done wrong then after that you continue and do better.



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luv2xacosta

I would feel disappointed but that doesn't mean you stop what you love. For me, it would make more motivated to work hard and improve my work because someone out there will appreciate and accept my work. Just because you are rejected you would stop believing your self. Always think on the bright side of life. Never give up!



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nrnlss

I agree with you, make it your motivation and learn from it.



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esteban123

I think if my articles will be rejected then I might try to know first on the reasons behind it so that I can try to improve it in anyways. I will really feel bad in the first place but then I must admit that is the reality in article writing that sometimes there would be some people who might not like our articles since we have different views when it comes to certain things. In short we cannot really pleased everybody to like our articles that is why we must need to do something to avoid such incident of rejection to happen again.



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nrnlss

I agree with you, rejection will teach you a lot of lesson and you will know what not to do to your next article.



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kaushikangara

Rejection is always an opportunity to learn something new. I always analyze what went wrong when my article gets rejected and try to work on the weak areas. It means you did not meet one of the requirements and you need to work on that to better yourself. You should not quit writing just because you faced a rejection. These are all common obstacles every writer faces and we should be mentally prepared for all this.



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nrnlss

I agree with you, it is a way to learn because if you don't get through rejection then writing is not for you.



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knnon

The first emotion I used to feel when my article got rejected was sadness which is then followed by disappointment in myself that I should have done better, I should've researched more, then I'd question myself a lot on what I should've done instead. It's only natural to be upset over it because a rejection is still a rejection but what you need to do after being down is to move on and start writing again.



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koki12346

Hate it! The worst feeling ever.. Correct that - the worst feeling in the world... Just feel like i'm not good enough...



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gutzman

The first time my work was rejected was back when I was a school writer. I am a newbie that time so that'll likely happen but do you know the feeling of having a beautiful child then you realized it's all just a dream? That's what a felt that time. I felt heart broken. But after that, I realized rejection is really a part of our lives and we can use that to be better on what we dream of.



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jaymish3

I think that that was really horrible of her to do that. Many people in authority do not understand the effect that rejection has on some people.How do you reject someone’s article with such flagrant disregard to their feelings? I think also when we get to positions of authority we forget where we started from and we are caught up in our own power. Always treat people with consideration and respect no matter how junior you consider them.Getting an article rejected hurts.



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cmoneyspinner

In your case, your article was not rejected. Had she reviewed it and said some things about it that were critical then you could say it was rejected because of the things she said. But she basically said she was careless and forgetful. Clearly, the fault was hers. It had nothing to do with your writing.

I don't often have my articles rejected. But if one site does not accept an article, I usually take it to another site where it gets accepted. Hey! “One man's junk is another man's treasure.” I feel confident in my writing. I'm pretty sure that just because my written work did not meet the criteria for a particular site that doesn't mean it's totally unacceptable and can't be published anywhere! If your work gets rejected, stay confident and keep moving forward.



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esteban123

I think that if my article were rejected I always find the reasons for it so that I can change and improve on whatever mistakes I have made. I always see rejection as a new start for my article writings since I know that in every mistakes that I will make I will learn some important lessons that I can used for future improvements.



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Corzhens

You have a nice positive attitude that can give you a better disposition in times of crisis. If you will remain that way then I guess you will go far with your writing because you show potential in terms of patience and perseverance. I know of some good writers who have a bad temper that we can expect how he would feel once he gets a rejection.



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esteban123

I think in writing we need to have a lot of patience and perseverance to do things on our own because it is a tough task that we need to fulfill. We cannot succeed in writing if we will be easily tempted by our anger or emotions. We need to show positive response and attitudes towards any challenges that we will encountered because life is full of obstacles for us to tackle.



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angie828

I feel a variety of emotions. There may be times when I am upset with myself because I could have done better. There are times when I am upset with the client because they did not see me working my tail off. Other times I take it with a grain of salt and just think next time will be better.

I know that even the best writers have to improve. Or room for improvement. So, therefore, I try not to let it bother me that much if I have an article that is rejected. Because I feel that one can always learn from this.



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jaymish3

My problem is that your article can be rejected for various reasons under the sun.What if the client is being over fussy, and they just dont like your work for some reason, not because its not well written or not grammatically correct, they just don't like it. In cases like this why take the blame? You have done the best you could have. Guys we have to be very careful about something like this or someone can bring down your self confidence. Know where you are at, how good you are and where you need to improve.



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mhingnhormz

How do you feel when your article gets rejected : I experienced it before when I was in college, If I am not mistaken it was a seminar paper. Every graduating student should make their individual output ang depend it to the class but before you can depend it, it must be approve by the adviser. I already come up 5 topic but always rejected it makes me feel sad and i didn't make another one.After 3 weeks my adviser call my attention, i am so depress that time and i think can't graduate with my batchmate. She advice me in a way that she is not my adviser untill I came up a successful one and do depend it.



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