Healthy boundaries are a basic building block of healthier relationships. The ability to someone no without guilt is an essential skill if you’d like to begin practicing interpersonal boundaries and build more self-respect. Even if you feel guilty about saying no, you can still say no. Don’t make decisions out fear. Or, as I like to say, feel the guilt and say no anyway!
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