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5 Ways To Deal With Criticism And Rejection

by Marisa Peer January 9, 2018

But according to celebrity hypnotherapist Marisa Peer, there are five simple yet effective ways to make yourself immune to criticism and rejection, which you can apply in your everyday life — starting today.

How To Make Yourself Immune To Criticism

From small remarks by a stranger on social media to dismissive comments from a trusted family member or friend, rejection can have a huge impact on how we feel.

But here’s a huge secret: you can choose not to let rejection in.

And, quite frankly, if you want to achieve something huge, make something new, or be someone great, it’s necessary to figure out how to deal with rejection. Criticism comes with the territory. The more you shine, the more criticism you’ll receive.

Yes, research shows that we feel social pain in the same brain region where we feel physical pain. We can feel destabilized, angry, sad, or indignant when rejection occurs. But those feelings are often self-inflicted.

According to Marisa Peer, our brains are wired to the negative, which is why we have a tendency to remember and focus on the things that went wrong. We can have a great day, but we’ll remember that one thoughtless comment about our work, our looks, our energy. That’s what sticks.

You’re not alone. Marisa has worked with celebrities, CEOs, and international political leaders. Even the world’s most successful people still struggle to deal with rejection (sometimes the most).

Still, you can make yourself immune to criticism. As hard as it is to believe, it’s actually quite easy to not let rejection in.

You can choose what to let in.

You can enjoy the empowering beliefs, habits, and thought patterns of super achievers. And you can free yourself from the fear of rejection and the sabotaging nature of self-doubt.

About Marisa Peer

Marisa has worked with Hollywood A-listers, CEOs, and even members of the British Royal Family. She has helped thousands of people to successfully reprogram their beliefs and the way they see the world.

Before Tatler Magazine voted her UK’s No. 1 Therapist, she was once told that she would never be anything more than a nanny. They told her she wasn’t smart enough, confident enough, or talented enough.

She didn’t let that rejection stick. Now, she’s helped over 100,000 Mindvalley members melt away their fears, anxieties, and addictions. She helped them embed the mindset of success.

Marisa’s simple techniques to deal with rejection ensure that you can deal with whatever comes your way — because you won’t let it become a part of your reality.

How will you react the next time someone criticizes you? 

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by Marisa Peer
Marisa Peer is a Mindvalley author and was named Britain’s Best Therapist by Tatler magazine. Her extensive client list over the past 25 years includes royalty, rock stars, Hollywood actors, Olympic athletes, CEOs of multibillion dollar companies and political leaders. She uses the power of Transformational Hypnotherapy, a science of turning ordinary people into extraordinary individuals within one of two sessions. Through her work, Marisa has discovered that there are eight unique Mental Thought Models that the top 1% of super-achievers in the world possess. But 99% of the population lack at least one of them.

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