Frankly, On Faith: Let Your “No” Be “No”

by Molly Jo Realy @RealMojo68

Let’s face it: We’re people pleasers. We don’t like being told “no,” and we don’t always like having to say it. We let others sway us or question our determination.

How often does the following dialogue happen in your conversations:


“I can’t.”
“Are you sure?”
“Yeah. I’m too busy.”
“I just don’t want to.”
“But why not?”
“Look, I can’t, okay?”
“Oh, well. If you’re going to be that way about it.”

We end up feeling guilty for not sticking to our original plan, for letting others influence us into changing our minds. … read the rest. . .

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