No Apologies


How often do you find yourself apologizing, saying sorry, or feeling guilty about saying no? If you are anything like me you probably say it more often than you should. Why, because we are trained (especially women) to try to be everything and do everything, when in reality that is just not humanly possible or healthy. And feeling ashamed about doing what is best for you definitely is not mindful.  I encourage you to make decisions based on what is best for you and then stick to your decisions with confidence. No regrets.

Accept everything about yourself – I mean everything. You are you and that is the beginning and the end – no apologies, no regrets.
-Henry A. Kissinger

It is not only important to learn how to say no, but to say no without feeling like you have to explain yourself. Saying no helps simplify your life and allows…

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