Month: December 2010

Learn to say NO

This thing generally occurs during an evening when you do not want to go or after agreeing to perform an additional task and you are having trouble in doing so. The ability to say NO or to divest itself of a situation is very important for those who want to survive the hectic life today without suffering of at least one burn-out. Ideally, we welcome demands from others because we really want to. But is this still the matter? Too often, we say yes to avoid offending others, not to displease them, to please them … But when we’re sick, we are at wit’s end, we sometimes march our commitments and do feel guilty about it. Say no, a real torture? How is that poor little two letter word nourish the conviction that we are hateful? Is your unfailing availability makes you procrastinating, makes you feel like a martyr? Accepting demands constantly may inundate us with other responsibilities that we could do without. Daring to say no is to affirm its existence and expose the true desires. For some, it is also the risk of not being loved. But on the contrary, this is clearly stating that they are most likely to be loved. The belief that you lose your worth when you say no is a symptom of the desire to please others at all cost. This is...

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