Are you someone who struggles to say “no” to things that you don’t really want to do? Or maybe you find yourself feeling resentful because you’ve accepted to do something that doesn’t truly align with your needs? If any of this sounds familiar, keep reading. I used to suck at
A little while back, my seven-year-old daughter and I were in the kitchen, while my husband was stomping around upstairs. I looked at her, and said, “Uh oh, daddy’s angry.” She looked back at me, and said, “No, daddy’s in a rush.” Hmmm… Our thoughts about this situation, and the
Have you ever been sitting in a work meeting and felt that someone is saying one thing, but that their body language is communicating something entirely different? For instance, someone might be saying that they agree with a proposed change, but their facial expressions might make you question if they
People use shame in all sorts of different situations as a way to manipulate others into doing or feeling something that they want you to do or feel. Shame is a silent and powerful manipulator. Many times, we don’t even realize that shame is silently controlling how we are reacting
Do you find yourself saying yes, when you really want to say no? Or maybe you’ve said yes without even realizing that you wanted to say no, only to find yourself feeling resentful later on while doing the task you said yes to? Trust me… I’ve been there. I still
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