Practice saying "No" and its semantically softer companions: No thank you. I'd rather not. I don't think so. Not just now
Personally, I know I like my bed to be made. I don't need to ask the experts. I make my bed 5 minutes before I go to sleep
Then take these mad skills for figuring out who you are and what you want and apply them with wild abandon to the rest of
National Review tweeted out an impressive-looking graph on Tuesday. Don't be fooled.
Are we forgetting how to say "no"?
Entrepreneurs are usually known for the ability to persist until they've found a way to make their idea happen. An optimistic mindset has no space in it for a negative word like 'no.'
We also talked about how finding true balance in your stew was in letting some of it go. That, in order to be able to be
Remember, setting boundaries isn't selfish. It builds self-esteem. But it usually takes encouragement to make yourself a priority and to persist.
Last year I stepped into a volunteer leadership position for an organization. I did my best with it, but I really didn't feel useful. Nor did I enjoy it at all. And so when the time came to renew it, I decided not to. But there was one problem.
It is clear that consent can definitely be constructed differently when one has a disability. It isn't as simple as yes or no.