How to say NO without explanation and be happy


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10 Responses

  1. Shalzzz says:

    Gosh, I am really bad in saying NO. I feel all the guilt in the world and it is kind of an impossible task for. Thanks for the message, I need to work more on this.

  2. Modern Gypsy says:

    I used to struggle with saying no, giving many a justification if I ever managed to decline something, but not anymore. We can’t say yes to everything after all! Better to say no and be happy than say yes and sulk.

  3. Parul Thakur says:

    I have struggled with this but not any more.. I try to be open with how I feel and then share it out loud. I liked this post as a great reminder.

  4. Suzy says:

    My way of saying no is “I’m not sure about this so I think I’ll pass on this one”

  5. Obsessivemom says:

    I have always struggled with saying no. Still do. However, now that I’m older I can say it more easily specially if I’m prepared to do so.

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