When do you say no thanks?
*First published via email on Friday, January 11, 2019. Click here to subscribe.
I have a question for you.
I sent you an email this morning to share about my wall and how hard it is for me to receive support and why receiving support is so valuable.
But sometimes...I get help from people I really don't want help from.
And you know what?
It's ok to not want help from someone.
It's ok to say NO. Thank you, but no thanks.
It's just as important to respect and honor your boundaries instead of forcing yourself to "be a bigger person" and say yes anyway and then end up resenting the other person.
And as always, in talking to you, I am talking to myself, too.
So I'm curious - Where do you draw the line between receiving help and saying no thanks? What's your process for deciding?
Sending you lots of love!
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