NO! is a Complete Sentence
Establishing Boundaries and Standards
Teaching Women How and
When to Say “NO!”
Most women struggle with saying “no!” to other people, especially males. When a woman is anxious to be liked, to be wanted, to be considered good enough – she will have a difficult time saying “no!” due to the belief that denying others will result in rejection and being called “a bitch.”
The problem is that establishing and maintaining clear boundaries in interpersonal relationships, with your children, and often in business or social settings as well is mandatory. After all, being “a bitch” means that you are a Broad In Total Control of Herself! Understanding when and how to say “no!” to other people is an important component in achieving respect and getting the love you deserve. If you ever expect others to treat you well, you must learn how to say “no!” to them without a bunch of explanation and justification. No! is a complete sentence!
Focusing on being liked and gaining the approval of other people more than you do honoring yourself and setting limits is bound to cause problems. If you are frequently unable to say “no!” the price you’ll pay is low self esteem, constantly feeling overwhelmed, being taken for granted and a resultant loss of respect. When you lay down like a carpet, you’ll always get walked on.
Learn the importance of emotional, physical, and mental boundaries and when saying “no!” is the best thing you can do for yourself! Get real-world tips on how to stand up for yourself without being obnoxious.
Date: Saturday September 8, 2012
Time: 1:00 p.m. PST / 4:00 p.m. EST
Length: 1 hour
Access: The access URL and phone number will be sent to each registrant before the event.
Price: Live event $12.00 per person; recording only (post-event) is $5.00
Check your calendar to make sure you are able to attend the “No! Is a Complete Sentence” event before you register. No refunds or credits will be given if you don’t show up.
Category: Women's Issues