The more you’re rejected, the more it doesn’t seem like such a scary thing.
That's the premise behind Rejection Therapy, a new game that aims to bring people out of our comfort zones and make them less averse to risk.
Says game creator James Comley, "As I began to look for rejection, I discovered a unique thing about my comfort zone: it was elastic. The more I pushed past the boundaries, the more it would expand."
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