It’s not easy for anyone to accept rejection

When a Web site rejects you because it doesn’t recognize your password, that’s one thing.

When a book publisher snubs your manuscript, that’s pretty bad.

And when a lover dumps you, that’s much worse, almost as depressing as a lender’s disapproval or your mortgage application.

Arguably, however, little else compares with a co-op board’s rejection of an application to become a resident of the building, and rejection has been said to be happening with rising frequency.

Not only can such a rejection be demoralizing. It also can be a devastating setback that costs time, energy and money.

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