Say no to them, and say yes to you.
Without knowing your situation, it's hard to give more advice, but that's what I thought of first.
Whether it's saying no to people outside of your family who are asking for your help, or saying no to those in your home and in your immediate family, a little "no" sometimes can work.
I said "no" to my 10yo daughter last night who needed a new sheet on her bed at bedtime and she didn't tell me about it until bedtime. To my surprise, she went to the closet and got her own sheet, made her own bed, and came to me to receive praise, which I poured on her. (After my initial guilt for saying no in the first place.)
Let the people around you who are being to dependent or reliant on you to do their own things for themselves, and don't feel guilty about it. Find your YOU time. :)
| Pounds lost: 4.0