The Joy of Saying No: A Simple Plan to Stop People-Pleasing, Reclaim Your Boundaries, and Say Yes to the Life You Want: A Simple Plan to Stop People ... Boundaries, and Say Yes to the Life You Want

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The Joy of Saying No: A Simple Plan to Stop People-Pleasing, Reclaim Your Boundaries, and Say Yes to the Life You Want: A Simple Plan to Stop People ... Boundaries, and Say Yes to the Life You Want

The Joy of Saying No: A Simple Plan to Stop People-Pleasing, Reclaim Your Boundaries, and Say Yes to the Life You Want: A Simple Plan to Stop People ... Boundaries, and Say Yes to the Life You Want

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The Joy of Saying No by Natalie Lue is a book that empowers readers to set boundaries, reclaim their time, and prioritize their own needs. Lots of solid advice mixed in with some repetitiveness and, of course, the overarching feeling I have routinely with self-help books: the strategies can be far too individual. Please do not reproduce any part of this content on social media platforms without crediting me or permission.

But on the other side of those healthy boundaries is your freedom; who you are without those ingrained habits is your authentic self. Natalie helps people learn how to reclaim themselves from their emotional baggage and increase emotional availability through self-care, making a profound difference in their lives via her substack On Knowing Yourself. The problem is still being shamed, guilted, blackmailed and mistreated for doing what I do, and that you can not do it right, ever.Don’t get me wrong; there was still a lot of joy in there, but it felt like I was getting hit with challenge after challenge, and I did, in that people-pleaser way, sometimes take it very personally, like I’d failed to please the universe or something. Reader uninitiated about narcissism might continue their often false hope the relationship can be salvaged because of strategies that assume people are at least ready and able to hear what you say. Whatever problem I encountered, it was always about figuring out my boundaries and what to say no to so that I could also discern what to say yes to. But you don’t have to reply, says leadership communications coach Antoinette Dale Henderson, author of Leading with Gravitas. As Christmas becomes changed by the hands of time, can we still find the joy in the season when it’s irrevocably changed?

As a recovering people pleaser who has recently embraced “no” as a complete sentence, this book had a lot of good reminders about people pleasing, setting boundaries and thinking about my bandwidth. Aunque no soy la audiencia objetivo, elegi leer este libro por el hecho de que sentia curiosidad acerca de que piensan las personas complacientes a las que les cuesta decir que no.Lue’s work on emotional baggage has been featured in Forbes, the New York Times, and the Washington Post. In fact, there are five distinct flavors of people pleasing: Gooding, Efforting, Avoiding, Saving, and Suffering. I think we are so engrained in busy culture and hustle culture that we can think we aren’t doing enough, but it’s not worth your mental health to overextend yourself. Using questioning techniques demonstrates that you’re not being difficult, and that it’s not that you don’t want to do it, but that you value your time sufficiently to not be able to just drop everything and say ‘yes’. When we’re averse to saying no, it’s because it’s what we learned in the environment we were raised in, and so we think that saying yes is how to be a good person.



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