So, according to the idea in Rejection Therapy, you gain superpowers by getting rejected a bunch of times. Time to try this out.
The original Rejection Therapy is a social game, where the aim is to be rejected at least once a day. You don't actually try to get rejected, but just have to end up in a situation where you get rejected at least once a day. This makes you a better and tougher person, who gets acclimatized towards being rejected and can be a prouder and braver asker of things in the future.
In the [Motivation Hacker] Nick Winter's introduced a new version of this: cram the whole therapy into a single hour. This might be a great idea or then not at all. The supposed psychological mechanism behind Rejection Therapy (Flooding) taken in extreme amounts might be something that the APA wouldn't suggest. Still, it sounds sort of fun and at least it's over quickly, so what the hell. I won't be doing a single hour though.
During this week, I aim to get rejected, let's say, 30 times? I'll be keeping a running total on comments here and post a separate blog post after this try. Maybe I'll turn into Wolverine too.
EDIT: Oh, and btw. Please share this blog on your social medias! Would be cool to get more subscribers and discussions on the comment section.
EDIT 2: That should count as at least one.