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Our stories are riddled with the sting of rejection. It's feeling like a failure or being heartbroken. It's being left out or misunderstood. It's the parent who neglected us or the person who betrayed our trust. It's even in the way we think or talk about ourselves and question our relationship with God. Whether it happened in grade school or last week, rejection can leave Our stories are riddled with the sting of rejection. It's feeling like a failure or being heartbroken. It's being left out or misunderstood. It's the parent who neglected us or the person who betrayed our trust. It's even in the way we think or talk about ourselves and question our relationship with God. Whether it happened in grade school or last week, rejection can leave deep scars that affect our relationships, our self-worth, and our identities for years to come. And while we can't control when rejection appears, we can control how we react when it does. In Thank You for Rejecting Me, popular relationship coach and podcaster Kait Warman shows you how to turn pain into purpose and fight for yourself when rejection comes your way. With chapters that focus on some of life's biggest rejections--being betrayed, abused, misunderstood, heartbroken, sexually shamed, and many more--this book offers practical tools to heal from the past, take back your power, and walk in strength, victory, and love in the future.


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Our stories are riddled with the sting of rejection. It's feeling like a failure or being heartbroken. It's being left out or misunderstood. It's the parent who neglected us or the person who betrayed our trust. It's even in the way we think or talk about ourselves and question our relationship with God. Whether it happened in grade school or last week, rejection can leave Our stories are riddled with the sting of rejection. It's feeling like a failure or being heartbroken. It's being left out or misunderstood. It's the parent who neglected us or the person who betrayed our trust. It's even in the way we think or talk about ourselves and question our relationship with God. Whether it happened in grade school or last week, rejection can leave deep scars that affect our relationships, our self-worth, and our identities for years to come. And while we can't control when rejection appears, we can control how we react when it does. In Thank You for Rejecting Me, popular relationship coach and podcaster Kait Warman shows you how to turn pain into purpose and fight for yourself when rejection comes your way. With chapters that focus on some of life's biggest rejections--being betrayed, abused, misunderstood, heartbroken, sexually shamed, and many more--this book offers practical tools to heal from the past, take back your power, and walk in strength, victory, and love in the future.

30 review for Thank You for Rejecting Me: Transform Pain Into Purpose and Learn to Fight for Yourself

  1. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    “It’s therapy on wheels!” Though Kait is a dating coach, this book is for anyone who has experienced rejection no matter your relationship status. Within the first few pages, you feel like you’re hanging out with your girlfriend on a Friday night. Her stories and experience are so relatable. Each chapter has scripture, additional resources and practical applications for each type of rejection. We all experience rejection in some form. After reading this book, I feel empowered to take back my lif “It’s therapy on wheels!” Though Kait is a dating coach, this book is for anyone who has experienced rejection no matter your relationship status. Within the first few pages, you feel like you’re hanging out with your girlfriend on a Friday night. Her stories and experience are so relatable. Each chapter has scripture, additional resources and practical applications for each type of rejection. We all experience rejection in some form. After reading this book, I feel empowered to take back my life that I’ve given to rejection.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jason Raine

    Simply put, Wow. I will say, be ready to have your heart and mind will be challenged in the way you think about rejection. From the beginning of the book till the end, Kait shares so vulnerably about rejections in her own life. From being in a toxic abusive relationship to fighting with her own inner self-worth. These stories, wisdom, and insight provide a starting ground for you to be able to heal in your own story of rejections and how amazing God is in our life. The practicals, thoughts, and Simply put, Wow. I will say, be ready to have your heart and mind will be challenged in the way you think about rejection. From the beginning of the book till the end, Kait shares so vulnerably about rejections in her own life. From being in a toxic abusive relationship to fighting with her own inner self-worth. These stories, wisdom, and insight provide a starting ground for you to be able to heal in your own story of rejections and how amazing God is in our life. The practicals, thoughts, and questions Kait shares at the end of each chapter allow you to reflect and dive deeper into your own thoughts. If your thinking about reading this book, even as a dude, I highly recommend it. From one dude to another this book has truly helped me identify areas in my own life I am still working and growing in.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Emily King

    This book is clearly written by someone who understands what it means to be single as a Christian, what rejection feels like and even how we reject ourselves trying to live up to whatever standards the world throws at us. It is honest, deep, soul-searching, and healing when you dig into the questions she poses. I recommend it to men and women alike, single or dating, even married because we all face rejection but we don’t have to let it knock us down.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Merary

    It is rare for me these days to binge a book in one sitting due to lack of time in my daily life, but I could not help but at least give this book a few hours of my time. Those three hours were indeed well-spent. I have been following Kait Warman for a short while and one thing I admire about her is that seems like one of the nicest and kindest people around. I listen to her Heart of Dating podcast occasionally, so when the news came that she was releasing Thank You for Rejecting Me, I took every It is rare for me these days to binge a book in one sitting due to lack of time in my daily life, but I could not help but at least give this book a few hours of my time. Those three hours were indeed well-spent. I have been following Kait Warman for a short while and one thing I admire about her is that seems like one of the nicest and kindest people around. I listen to her Heart of Dating podcast occasionally, so when the news came that she was releasing Thank You for Rejecting Me, I took every opportunity to pre-order it so I could have it in my hands as soon as possible. The main theme of this book is that rejection comes in all shapes and forms; it is not just about heartbreak from romantic relationships (in fact, that topic is minimal in this book), but also rejection from yourself, friends, society, and God. This is to say, that this book can be read by pretty much everyone because of the relatability of her stories. Staying on that topic, I want to briefly talk about the tone and approachability towards the reader. From my personal experience, when an author attempts to relate to you and speaks to you with overt familiarity, I get uncomfortable because the author tends to force it without your permission and it just feels disingenuous to me. What I found refreshing from Kait's tone is that you can tell from her writing that she is genuine and down-to-earth. She is telling you her stories because she wants to help and relate with the reader through common struggles. I also want to point out that Kait asks for permission to talk to you as if you knew each other. And to that, I say, yes, you can, thank you for asking. One of my favorite parts from one of the last chapters is the denouncing of toxic positivity. Through the lens of grief and rejection, Kait plainly says that toxic positivity is nothing more than a Band-Aid that suppresses or denies the process of hopeful healing. That is all I'm going to elaborate about this because the full chapter is much more impressive and extensive than that. Overall, this book came to me at the right time and I would gladly reread it again given the chance. It was refreshing, resourceful, and insightful.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kirsty Green

    I’ve been following Kait for a couple years over on the Heart of Dating podcast - which I LOVE! She has so much influence in everything she talks on about Godly dating and singleness! When I found out she was releasing a book I had to purchase. I’ve struggled with rejection from job opportunities, dating men, self hatred etc. and I knew she would have so much wisdom to share and I had confidence that her book would be amazing. This book has gone beyond my expectations, Kait is so empowering with I’ve been following Kait for a couple years over on the Heart of Dating podcast - which I LOVE! She has so much influence in everything she talks on about Godly dating and singleness! When I found out she was releasing a book I had to purchase. I’ve struggled with rejection from job opportunities, dating men, self hatred etc. and I knew she would have so much wisdom to share and I had confidence that her book would be amazing. This book has gone beyond my expectations, Kait is so empowering with her words and I feel as if I’m speaking with a friend as I read her book - I feel heard, seen and as if someone can understand and empathise those deep hidden emotional scars I’ve had from rejection. I’ve learnt from this how to embrace the pain + rejection and how God has the power to transform and change the situation! ❤️ To not let rejection be the script for my life and how rejection is not the end! No matter how old, what gender, what life story you have, relationship status this book WILL speak to you, as every person has experienced rejection in some shape and form and Kait speaks on every type of rejection!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jaime Carroll

    I have been a big fan of Kait Warman and her Heart of Dating ministry for the last year, so I was thrilled to see her share her wisdom in a book. Not surprisingly, her authentic, vulnerable, and encouraging voice is equally as present in this book as it is on her podcast and other media! Her stories are reflective and relatable, and through each chapter, I've come to recognize and understand rejection in its many forms. The chapters on body insecurity, fitting in, failure, betrayal, and FOMO wer I have been a big fan of Kait Warman and her Heart of Dating ministry for the last year, so I was thrilled to see her share her wisdom in a book. Not surprisingly, her authentic, vulnerable, and encouraging voice is equally as present in this book as it is on her podcast and other media! Her stories are reflective and relatable, and through each chapter, I've come to recognize and understand rejection in its many forms. The chapters on body insecurity, fitting in, failure, betrayal, and FOMO were especially relevant and powerful, but I also know I'll return to this book when I encounter other types of rejection that are inevitable. I believe anyone can find himself or herself in at least one of the chapters or have an excellent resource to share with a friend experiencing rejection. I now have a better toolkit to process each experience and value it as a learning opportunity! I absolutely love the thank you letters at the end of each chapter and find this a tremendously practical, helpful exercise to put the novel's message into practice.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Courtney Kato

    Kait Warman's words speak to the heart in her first book! Her honest reflection is both relatable and inspiring. This book is not only for the heartache of rejection that comes with romantic relationships but for every area of your life where you have ever felt you were not seen, understood, or worthy. The shadows of past rejections are illuminated and enveloped in love, beauty, hope, power, and purpose. Kait’s vulnerability, truthfulness, and courage are spoken like a best friend as she shares Kait Warman's words speak to the heart in her first book! Her honest reflection is both relatable and inspiring. This book is not only for the heartache of rejection that comes with romantic relationships but for every area of your life where you have ever felt you were not seen, understood, or worthy. The shadows of past rejections are illuminated and enveloped in love, beauty, hope, power, and purpose. Kait’s vulnerability, truthfulness, and courage are spoken like a best friend as she shares personal stories, discoveries, and actionable steps. Follow from chapter to chapter her journey in learning to grow and shine. It will give you hope to heal from past hurts and to move forward to flourish in your relationships. Discover the book that you have been waiting for that you will want to gift to your friends too. Grab your favorite journal and pen! Perhaps you can even start a book club! You are not alone! Some favorites: "Remember these things, Ask these things and Do these things" sections at the end of each chapter. So practical and life-giving!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    This book is amazing! When I heard about this book, I was very interested. I joined Kait Warman's launch team and it was one of the best decisions I have made this year! Her book is very helpful in regards to identifying what one goes through with rejection and how to deal with it! She even has areas in each chapter that you can work on stuff with yourself to help you go even deeper into your feelings and issues that you have when dealing with rejection. She even writes in summaries so you can r This book is amazing! When I heard about this book, I was very interested. I joined Kait Warman's launch team and it was one of the best decisions I have made this year! Her book is very helpful in regards to identifying what one goes through with rejection and how to deal with it! She even has areas in each chapter that you can work on stuff with yourself to help you go even deeper into your feelings and issues that you have when dealing with rejection. She even writes in summaries so you can remember what you just read! I love how she says that rejection can be a positive thing and it is so true! This book is not boring it is very helpful guide. Kait Warman writes from her own experiences and tells how she overcame them. I liked this because I realized that I am not the only one who has felt these things. I would recommend this book to small groups in women church groups, book clubs, individuals, etc. I think this book is a great resource for women everywhere.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kristen E

    We have all been rejected! Even if your love life is perfect you've experienced rejection from family, friends, your job and so much more. As a recruiter, I could only think of how many candidates are afraid of being rejected that they don't apply for a new job or promotion. Rejection is simply a part of life and recognizing that every no allows us to find the YESes that are truly meant for us. The title alone is going to begin shifting your mindset. Admittedly, I assumed it would be another book We have all been rejected! Even if your love life is perfect you've experienced rejection from family, friends, your job and so much more. As a recruiter, I could only think of how many candidates are afraid of being rejected that they don't apply for a new job or promotion. Rejection is simply a part of life and recognizing that every no allows us to find the YESes that are truly meant for us. The title alone is going to begin shifting your mindset. Admittedly, I assumed it would be another book about Christian dating and getting over heartbreak, but boy was I surprised! Kait covered rejection in all areas of our lives. Body image and careers and the thought spiral that sets us up for romantic heartbreak is just the surface. Inside we hear deep, honest stories of how we can learn to live out our best lives when we heal from the past. (I was part of the launch team and received an early copy in exchange for a review, but truly enjoyed this book)

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Weiberg

    Wow.... just wow! There are so many wonderful things to be said about this book I truly don't know where to start. First off I love how personal Kait gets when she is sharing her journey to acceptance and love of her self through acknowledging and facing her rejections. We all experience rejection of all kinds, and this book shines as it leads the way to help us learn how to recover from those rejections and come out on the other side blossoming into beautiful flowers! This book is literally for Wow.... just wow! There are so many wonderful things to be said about this book I truly don't know where to start. First off I love how personal Kait gets when she is sharing her journey to acceptance and love of her self through acknowledging and facing her rejections. We all experience rejection of all kinds, and this book shines as it leads the way to help us learn how to recover from those rejections and come out on the other side blossoming into beautiful flowers! This book is literally for EVERYONE!! Men, women, friends and parents!! I would highly recommend this book to help guide you, and in turn it might help you to help someone else struggling through the pain of rejection. Be prepared, because this book definitely tackles some hard truths that will make you take a look at your own life and say "I have been there sister!" or "Whoa, that is painful". Best of all, "Rejection doesn't have the final word." - Kait Warman from Thank You For Rejection Me Happy Reading!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Hema Patel

    “Painful rejections have happened to me, and while they’ve hurt like crazy, they won’t stop me from getting back on my feet, fighting for myself, and finding purpose in the pain.” When I first started reading this book, rejection was something that I never wanted to bring up. It was hidden. This book has definitely opened my eyes to the fact that the rejections that occurred in my life, helped transform me into who I am today. Kait is so relatable, she gives wonderful recommendations and activit “Painful rejections have happened to me, and while they’ve hurt like crazy, they won’t stop me from getting back on my feet, fighting for myself, and finding purpose in the pain.” When I first started reading this book, rejection was something that I never wanted to bring up. It was hidden. This book has definitely opened my eyes to the fact that the rejections that occurred in my life, helped transform me into who I am today. Kait is so relatable, she gives wonderful recommendations and activities to do to learn from past rejections. The book is well written to the point that you don’t have to read each chapter consecutively. I look forward to reading this book a group of women, that we can hold each other accountable and to support each other as we process through our rejections. Highly recommend reading this book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Chris Miller

    If Taylor Swift wrote a book, or if Nicholas Sparks wrote non-fiction, Kait Warman's "Thank You For Rejecting Me" would be that book! Kait so bravely lays it bare and shows you how the rejections she's faced have made her the strong, confident millennial woman she is today. While Kait targets a female audience with TYFRM - and at times, she can be more girly-girl than a Julia Roberts chick flick - she does a fantastic job of making it relatable to a male audience because we guys deal with some of If Taylor Swift wrote a book, or if Nicholas Sparks wrote non-fiction, Kait Warman's "Thank You For Rejecting Me" would be that book! Kait so bravely lays it bare and shows you how the rejections she's faced have made her the strong, confident millennial woman she is today. While Kait targets a female audience with TYFRM - and at times, she can be more girly-girl than a Julia Roberts chick flick - she does a fantastic job of making it relatable to a male audience because we guys deal with some of the same things, just from a different perspective. Kait's writing is raw & authentic, hip, and never comes across as "holier than thou," while at the same time she makes you laugh, empathize, and think. By the end, you'll undoubtedly smile and proclaim the words "thank you for rejecting me!" You won't regret taking this journey with Kait! 😀

  13. 4 out of 5

    Angela Auten

    Wow! God for sure led Kait to bring these needed truths about rejection during these trying times. You can feel the passion and love that went into Kait pouring out her heart through her painful experiences. You can’t help but to empathize and relate with similar things you’ve gone through. I know I sure did. This book will help to transform how you think about rejection and show you how to get curious about the roots of your rejection and help you start the healing process as you dig deeper int Wow! God for sure led Kait to bring these needed truths about rejection during these trying times. You can feel the passion and love that went into Kait pouring out her heart through her painful experiences. You can’t help but to empathize and relate with similar things you’ve gone through. I know I sure did. This book will help to transform how you think about rejection and show you how to get curious about the roots of your rejection and help you start the healing process as you dig deeper into how you’re feeling. Love that the book can not only be read cover to cover but if a certain chapter sticks out to you, start there and jump around. This feels like catching up with a good friend and getting a nudge from God that you got this and aren't going through rejections alone! Can’t recommend this read enough!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Daramola

    I was most intrigued by the title and thought hmmm, this sounds interesting. Rejection is something that we all face and yet it’s something we don’t always deal with. As I read Kait’s book, I saw the ways in which I held onto rejection. I noticed that it wasn’t an instant decision, but a slow, almost forgotten decision. The chapters are fairly short and you don’t have to read the chapters in order, which allows you to read at your own leisure. Each chapter ends with a letter, an ask, and a do. T I was most intrigued by the title and thought hmmm, this sounds interesting. Rejection is something that we all face and yet it’s something we don’t always deal with. As I read Kait’s book, I saw the ways in which I held onto rejection. I noticed that it wasn’t an instant decision, but a slow, almost forgotten decision. The chapters are fairly short and you don’t have to read the chapters in order, which allows you to read at your own leisure. Each chapter ends with a letter, an ask, and a do. This allows you to take the time to ask the hard questions, dig deep in your response, and allow healing to happen. If you’re a man woman, Christian, non Christian, young, old, single, or married, this book is for you.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Keevee de Vera

    This book is phenomenal and lovingly written from the depths of Kait's heart! Her courage to share the darkest, painful stages of her life is so moving! I never thought I have experienced too many rejections in life and this book has encouraged me to dive deep into those wounds and find healing. While reading, I feel like I'm talking to my bestie that I feel so so seen, heard and loved just the same. I love how Kait did not only share her God stories but provided framework and tools to practical This book is phenomenal and lovingly written from the depths of Kait's heart! Her courage to share the darkest, painful stages of her life is so moving! I never thought I have experienced too many rejections in life and this book has encouraged me to dive deep into those wounds and find healing. While reading, I feel like I'm talking to my bestie that I feel so so seen, heard and loved just the same. I love how Kait did not only share her God stories but provided framework and tools to practically transform pain into purpose and learn how to fight for yourself. I see now how every rejection is a redirection and that it can be celebrated! Thank you Kait for your beautiful heart. Many people are blessed to have read this! <3

  16. 4 out of 5

    Abigail Carpenter

    If we all know one obvious thing is that rejection is hard and wish we never had to go through it! Unfortunately, life doesn't always deal us the best cards! So we as women and men are forced to put ourselves and our hearts through the pain and hurt of being rejected! Whether from jobs, relationships, family, and friends! Luckily, this book my Kait Warman is what we have all been waiting for especially this girl! After being rejected from crush after crush and always being put into the friend zo If we all know one obvious thing is that rejection is hard and wish we never had to go through it! Unfortunately, life doesn't always deal us the best cards! So we as women and men are forced to put ourselves and our hearts through the pain and hurt of being rejected! Whether from jobs, relationships, family, and friends! Luckily, this book my Kait Warman is what we have all been waiting for especially this girl! After being rejected from crush after crush and always being put into the friend zone. I am so grateful that Kait put her story and heart into such an amazing book to help me and so many others who have been heartbroken by rejection! Let me healing begin to live a thriving and full life!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dusty Kirkland

    This book is just utterly amazing. This book tackles multiple topics, and it gives you ways to help process and deal with them. It helps you to understand that it truly is okay to take your time, process your emotions, and to heal in a completely normal and healthy way. It doesn’t stamp on that toxic positivity that so often is done, but instead Kait is vulnerable and open about her struggles. She is open, honest, and vulnerable throughout the book, even admitting areas where she still struggles This book is just utterly amazing. This book tackles multiple topics, and it gives you ways to help process and deal with them. It helps you to understand that it truly is okay to take your time, process your emotions, and to heal in a completely normal and healthy way. It doesn’t stamp on that toxic positivity that so often is done, but instead Kait is vulnerable and open about her struggles. She is open, honest, and vulnerable throughout the book, even admitting areas where she still struggles. She covers topics such as insecurity, rejection, silence from God, self-hatred, heartbreak, and so much more. I am so glad I got to read it, and I can’t wait to pass it on to someone else to read. Hopefully they get as much joy and healing from it as I did.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Aimee

    If you need a book to help you regroup and reset after a rough season - Look. No. Further. Kait uses a wonderful blend of humor, humility and honesty to walk through all the rejection we face with charm and familiarity. We all face some form of rejection, whether it is in a romantic relationship, a job, family, or even the most important, but very overlooked, self-rejection. Kait willingly uses her experiences to showcase Biblical truths and useable tools to reframe rejection into blessing and o If you need a book to help you regroup and reset after a rough season - Look. No. Further. Kait uses a wonderful blend of humor, humility and honesty to walk through all the rejection we face with charm and familiarity. We all face some form of rejection, whether it is in a romantic relationship, a job, family, or even the most important, but very overlooked, self-rejection. Kait willingly uses her experiences to showcase Biblical truths and useable tools to reframe rejection into blessing and opportunity. You won’t regret becoming Kait’s new bff as she joins you in your journey through the many faces of rejection in your life, and celebrates with you on the other side!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Clawson

    This book is a book that I needed to read. I really struggle with self-rejection and perfectionism. They can be huge downfalls in my life. This book talked about these topics with such grace and such honesty. Kait was not afraid to share her heart and struggles to help others through these same struggles. Kait shares so much about so many different kinds of rejection and the grace, love, and hope that God showers us with through all kinds of rejection. This book is a must-read and one of my favo This book is a book that I needed to read. I really struggle with self-rejection and perfectionism. They can be huge downfalls in my life. This book talked about these topics with such grace and such honesty. Kait was not afraid to share her heart and struggles to help others through these same struggles. Kait shares so much about so many different kinds of rejection and the grace, love, and hope that God showers us with through all kinds of rejection. This book is a must-read and one of my favorite books of the year. If you have gone through any rejection or are in the middle of rejection, this book is for you.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Elian Zarour

    I appreciated the author's intentions with the book, but the book is wordy. Each chapter looks at a different struggle we may have with ourselves, and/or may have experienced during our life. From this, the author then discusses how each of these is a form of rejection, that either we have done to ourselves, or have experienced from others. I enjoyed reading the author's life stories, and her transparency, but overall the book fell flat. I found it long winded and scattered. It struggled to real I appreciated the author's intentions with the book, but the book is wordy. Each chapter looks at a different struggle we may have with ourselves, and/or may have experienced during our life. From this, the author then discusses how each of these is a form of rejection, that either we have done to ourselves, or have experienced from others. I enjoyed reading the author's life stories, and her transparency, but overall the book fell flat. I found it long winded and scattered. It struggled to really tie all it's many parts to the central theme of learning to be okay with rejection. This book is also more self-help than Christian living. Overall, it meant well but was not well written.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Siomara M.

    THIS BOOK IS FOR EVERYONE!!! This is NOT just a book about getting rejected in dating, this book shows how we can be rejected un every area of our lives and provides insight from a real and genuine perspective from Kait, along with scripture and tools to overcome the pain the rejection can have in us all. Even though the book has floral print and a "female vibe," I strongly believe this book is great for our brothers in Christ as well! Get your pens and highlighters ready because there are so ma THIS BOOK IS FOR EVERYONE!!! This is NOT just a book about getting rejected in dating, this book shows how we can be rejected un every area of our lives and provides insight from a real and genuine perspective from Kait, along with scripture and tools to overcome the pain the rejection can have in us all. Even though the book has floral print and a "female vibe," I strongly believe this book is great for our brothers in Christ as well! Get your pens and highlighters ready because there are so many great nuggets and you will want to soak up everything! This book will give you freedom, and will help restore you and prayerfully bring you closer to God. Don't delay get the book!!💕

  22. 4 out of 5

    Amy Browne

    It's honest, written with so much courage and vulnerability. It's written in a conversational style, almost as though you were pouring out to a friend. I'm very sure that many will relate to some if not all of the contents but either way I believe there is something for everyone. She definitely has broadened my perspective of the issue of rejection. As I listened to the audio book, I was able to appreciate the value and necessity of having an authentic undiluted relationship with God. I already It's honest, written with so much courage and vulnerability. It's written in a conversational style, almost as though you were pouring out to a friend. I'm very sure that many will relate to some if not all of the contents but either way I believe there is something for everyone. She definitely has broadened my perspective of the issue of rejection. As I listened to the audio book, I was able to appreciate the value and necessity of having an authentic undiluted relationship with God. I already know 1st hand how messy trauma healing is, in fact, healing in general is messy but if we embrace even the mess along the way, we'll get to also see the beauty that sprouts from the mess.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Brandi Fennell

    I don’t give a higher recommendation than what I would give this book. The title didn’t even do it justice. This book delves into self rejection and self-worth as much as it does in trusting in the character and nature of our God towards us. The entire time I read this book I thought about it most all day. I couldn’t wait to read each chapter and take notes and apply it. It brought up things that I haven’t dealt with or wasn’t prepared to until now as Kate guided me so gracefully through some of I don’t give a higher recommendation than what I would give this book. The title didn’t even do it justice. This book delves into self rejection and self-worth as much as it does in trusting in the character and nature of our God towards us. The entire time I read this book I thought about it most all day. I couldn’t wait to read each chapter and take notes and apply it. It brought up things that I haven’t dealt with or wasn’t prepared to until now as Kate guided me so gracefully through some of the deepest rejections I have experienced. I was astounded by the wisdom of what she shared in these pages. Don’t give it a second thought just get this book. Thank you, Kait.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Brytowski

    There is so much to say about this book! This not just a book on heartbreak, of which I am very familiar. Kait's words dig into all of the ways we feel rejected, either at work, with friends, family or romantic relationships. It so timely to what I am working through in my life, but at the same time I wish I had this years ago. Kait's vulnerability has a way of digging to the heart of rejection. I would highly recommend this book for anyone feeling left out, heartbroken, abandoned or feeling lik There is so much to say about this book! This not just a book on heartbreak, of which I am very familiar. Kait's words dig into all of the ways we feel rejected, either at work, with friends, family or romantic relationships. It so timely to what I am working through in my life, but at the same time I wish I had this years ago. Kait's vulnerability has a way of digging to the heart of rejection. I would highly recommend this book for anyone feeling left out, heartbroken, abandoned or feeling like God is silent. I cannot recommend this book enough!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sean

    Kait brings hope and purpose to one of the hardest areas of life where there is a severe lack of resources. Her book is the standard for finding purpose in heartbreak and rejection through a Christian worldview. Kait details her experiences in all things dating with unparalleled honesty and vulnerability. I have personally been challenged as a man to ensure that my future wife and kids are well loved in the areas mentioned in the book. I hope you take the opportunity to dig into your personal narr Kait brings hope and purpose to one of the hardest areas of life where there is a severe lack of resources. Her book is the standard for finding purpose in heartbreak and rejection through a Christian worldview. Kait details her experiences in all things dating with unparalleled honesty and vulnerability. I have personally been challenged as a man to ensure that my future wife and kids are well loved in the areas mentioned in the book. I hope you take the opportunity to dig into your personal narrative through TYFRM.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Anna Marie

    Kait feels like a best friend as she walks you through her rejections. She is gentle, empathetic, and kind as she challenges you to dive into your own. What I love most about TYFRM is that Kait offers so many practical exercises to take your rejections and lay them at the feet of Jesus. The book, for me, was an exercise in re-writing lies with truth. It made me think, but it didn’t leave me without a way forward. All in all, it was definitely worth my time and effort. Highly recommended for anyo Kait feels like a best friend as she walks you through her rejections. She is gentle, empathetic, and kind as she challenges you to dive into your own. What I love most about TYFRM is that Kait offers so many practical exercises to take your rejections and lay them at the feet of Jesus. The book, for me, was an exercise in re-writing lies with truth. It made me think, but it didn’t leave me without a way forward. All in all, it was definitely worth my time and effort. Highly recommended for anyone who has ever struggled with rejection- aka everyone!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Nick Nail

    Kait Warman is best known for her podcasts on dating, so it stands that this book would focus solely on rejection in dating. While this book does contain useful tidbits for dating, this book is so much more than that. It is therapy for all types of rejection that anyone may face. Although it is told through a Christian lens, I predict that anyone of any faith could benefit from this book. Whatever harsh words, trauma or hassle has got you down, this book will lift you up and say that rejection c Kait Warman is best known for her podcasts on dating, so it stands that this book would focus solely on rejection in dating. While this book does contain useful tidbits for dating, this book is so much more than that. It is therapy for all types of rejection that anyone may face. Although it is told through a Christian lens, I predict that anyone of any faith could benefit from this book. Whatever harsh words, trauma or hassle has got you down, this book will lift you up and say that rejection can make you better, not weaker.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Dolton

    I absolutely loved this book! I could relate to so many of Kait’s stories and the rejections that she’s gone through. Rejection is unfortunately an inevitable part of life, but it doesn’t have to destroy us or define us. Kait includes practical ways that we can overcome rejection and actually live more abundant lives because of it. I highly recommend everyone to read this book and support Kait with her first book!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jason Raine

    Simply put, Wow. I will say, be ready to have your heart and mind will be challenged in the way you think about rejection. From the beginning of the book till the end, Kait shares so vulnerably about rejections in her own life. From being in a toxic abusive relationship to fighting with her own inner self-worth. These stories, wisdom, and insight provide a starting ground for you to be able to heal in your own story of rejections and how amazing God is in our life. The practicals, thoughts, and Simply put, Wow. I will say, be ready to have your heart and mind will be challenged in the way you think about rejection. From the beginning of the book till the end, Kait shares so vulnerably about rejections in her own life. From being in a toxic abusive relationship to fighting with her own inner self-worth. These stories, wisdom, and insight provide a starting ground for you to be able to heal in your own story of rejections and how amazing God is in our life. The practicals, thoughts, and questions Kait shares at the end of each chapter allow you to reflect and dive deeper into your own thoughts. If your thinking about reading this book, even as a dude, I highly recommend it. From one dude to another this book has truly helped me identify areas in my own life I am still working and growing in.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Duffoo

    How you respond to rejection is so important! This past year has brought me face to face with some challenging experiences of rejection. Kait covers all the areas that, as women, we have to move forward through. I pre-ordered this book because Kait's Heart of Dating podcast has been a blessing in my life! A lot of the chapters echoed what she openly talks about on her podcast. It's some raw, super encouraging content over the topic of rejection that doesn't get talked about enough! How you respond to rejection is so important! This past year has brought me face to face with some challenging experiences of rejection. Kait covers all the areas that, as women, we have to move forward through. I pre-ordered this book because Kait's Heart of Dating podcast has been a blessing in my life! A lot of the chapters echoed what she openly talks about on her podcast. It's some raw, super encouraging content over the topic of rejection that doesn't get talked about enough!

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