When we say "no," we wrap it up in our self-worth, how someone will judge us, and the feeling like we're not being nice and we're always supposed to give.

In response to a favor I had asked for, a friend who said “no” to me. She said she agonized about it and feared I would be mad. We are afraid of saying “no” for this very reason but the fact is, if we do say “no” and someone has a problem with it, it’s about them and not you. We take responsibility for other people’s feelings all the time, worried about how they will feel even if saying “yes” isn’t something we want to do. So watch the video below to hear why you should say “no” more often.

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