Here’s Why You Should Be Proud When Your Writing Is Rejected
Writer’s Relief

Just One Question

It is suggested that to deal with rejection, one should remember their successes. I have personally yet to submit anything and so haven’t had to deal with rejection; at least not in the sense that it is presented by Writer’s Relief. There will come a day, hopefully, when I finally do make a submission; and it will be my first-ever. If it is rejected, what success can I recollect? It is the first to be submitted, the first to be rejected. Nothing that came before it. Where, or what can I consider a success about which to be proud?

While my first submission is likely to be a distant future event, if ever, I’m reasonably certain there’s at least one of whom this applies; or is about to. For their benefit I submit this one question.

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