There was no compelling reason why I ought to say “yes!” to her request—other
than just to “be nice” and “help out a friend.” And while I do love being a nice, ...
Thinking you are a bad person for saying no is a symptom of "the disease to
please." "Saying yes when you need to say no causes burnout. You do yourself
We also say “yes” because it's easier than saying “no,” and we'd rather deal with
our negative feelings than other people's nagging comments, judging stares, ...
From interns to managing partners, people say yes to these demands because
they want to be a team player, look eager, or simply be nice. But saying no can ...
When I suggest that people simplify their day by saying No to thing, I often hear
people say, “But I'd rather say yes!” Of course — saying Yes sounds so much ...
Sep 26, 2014 ... Basically what I wrote is that everyone in our culture has a hard time saying no.
For a couple of reasons, including: 1. Hardly anyone “just says ...
Nov 13, 2014 ... Saying “no” can be really hard. But Christine Carter has a three-step plan to get
Stress relief: Discover the why, when and how of saying no to reduce stress.
Do you have difficulty saying no to other people? Do you know how to say no to
others? I'll admit it – I don't like to say no. Whenever someone has a request, I'll ...
Acknowledge that you can't do everything. Your problem with saying "yes" to
everyone may have already left you trapped with almost no time to yourself.