Rejection is like the silent, smelly fart that seeps through the room making everyone wrinkle their nose but no one addresses it. It's subtle; it's underhanded; it's like ghosting in modern day relationships. You know you've been wronged but who do you blame for it? People, fat phobia, your own insecurities? And also what do you do about it? You've got to keep going back--whether it's school, university, the workplace, home and family or public spaces, anywhere that you are not alone.
Ameya and Pallavi go back down memory lane to talk about the impact rejection has had on their lives, what it still brings up for them and the tools they have developed to deal with it.