|In addition to providing 250 instructive and entertaining just-say-no scenarios, Susan's book is packed with hard-hitting insights including: "Each time you agree when you don't want to, you give up a piece of yourself" and "No is the cornerstone of self-respect and your gateway to being able to concentrate on what makes you feel better and more in command of your life||And I'm sure there are 250 scenarios in the book, all of which I skimmed through and none of which applied at all|
|And I'm sure there are 250 scenarios in the book, all of which I skimmed through and none of which applied at all||it's really not helpful to read that much of scenarios|
So you can spend your time and energy on the people you want to help, instead of overwhelming yourself with tasks, projects, and events you have no desire or interest in.
|To mark matters worse, you,ve convinced yourself that you are support to be there for them, that it is your job to keep the peace||If your problem is finding ways to say "No" in the first place, or understanding why you might resent doing things you've agreed to, the book might be helpful|
|Billed as "250 ways to say it - and mean it - and stop people-pleasing forever," I read this out of curiosity||Great explanation for why you should say no -- to take back your time from people who just use you because you always say yes|
You are no longer have to be the obedient, compliant child and will be much happier when you get out from under a parent,s domineering or even just mildly annoying ways.4