Sunday, September 2, 2018

The Art of Saying No

The Art Of Saying NO Gracefully 

Why do we have problems saying no to people? 

Usually it is because..... we want to please others, 

we do not want to disappoint others, 

we want to be liked by others,

we want to avoid conflict,

and so on.

So, what is needed to say no to people and things that we do not really want to say yes to?

We simply draw a boundary line and make our no be no, not a maybe. 

But first, it is helpful to write down and think about the reasons that you want to say no.

If it is for good and healthy reasons, say no without feeling like you need to justify yourself. Hold your head high and be confident in yourself and just say no politely. You will be respected and admired instead of being looked at in other ways that you may fear.

Remember that you are in charge of your own life and how you spend your time.

BE YOUrself!

You are Worthy!

A safe place to heal.

Be a HOPE CHANGER in your own life and in the lives of others!  

Demonstrate self-care and optimism to  facilitate healing and encourage others!

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 By Diane Davidson Gammon MS
Clinical mental Health Counselor 

Changing Lives with God's HOPE!

Disclaimer- I am not a doctor and I am not giving out medical advice. My blogs are for information and inspirational purposes. Please consult your doctor before starting a new health regimen.

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