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Practice The Art Of Saying "No"

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To much of my life was filled with anger and frustration because I said yes and did things I didn't really want to do. Thinking I would be a bad person if I said "No!" And this lead to anger and frustration and eventually emotional eating.
After reading the book " You Are What You Say" pages 168-170. I now know why I had the habit of saying Yes when I meant NO! It's amazing how good it feels to be able to say No when I really want to say No! Knowledge is power.

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One way I do this is practice looking in the mirror and saying the Word over and over. Just to get use to hearing myself say it.

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  • LIZC241
    hi! who wrote the book...i would like to get iton my nook? - by LIZC241

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