Jun 08, 2015

4 Reasons Why The Word “No” is a Very Positive Word - SmartChic

Are you a people pleaser? Do you think and do for others before you do things for yourself? Are you a “yes” person, typically always accepting invites or volunteering yourself even when you might not really want to do the activity? Why do you say yes to stuff when you really want to say no?

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