Sometimes we feel obligated to fulfill someone else's request even when we would rather not do so, but this is a mistake, according to Royale Scuderi. "Saying 'yes' when you really want to say 'no' is a major stressor for your mind and body," she writes. Additionally, saying "no" allows you to make more time for truly important tasks and to save your energy.
Just say "no"
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