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A rejection after revising an R&R is super painful. Even more so when you thought you were delivering the right changes. UGH.
Advice I have heard is: lick your wounds for a few days, then resubmit to a different journal. And that exactly what I’m planning to do.
I should add: I did not expect an acceptance as such, right away. I did somewhat expect a second set of reviews (e.g. "good resubmission, you need to still work out the kinks here and there"). This approach (i.e. "it's not yet accepted, it may get rejected anyways") helps me.
If I had expected this paper to be accepted after the resubmission, I probably would have been more crushed. But I take this approach with all my papers: "it may or may not get accepted in X journal, so let's take things one day at a time".
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