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Why Do I Say Yes When I Need to Say No?

Escaping the Trap of Temptation

by Michelle McKinney Hammond

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Harvest House Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Temptation,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Theology,
  • Christian Life - Character & Values,
  • Christianity - Christian Life - General,
  • Christian Life - General,
  • Christianity,
  • Spiritual life

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7896571M
    ISBN 100736908692
    ISBN 109780736908696
    OCLC/WorldCa48256812

    The issue in question, i.e. assertiveness, refers to the ability to have the self-confidence to say no whenever necessary. This is not being egoistic who ignores the needs of others. It is about to find a balance between two equally bad ends: the always say yes and always say no. The rights of others are as important as our : Ivana Kiki. Why do we even think we need to do all those things? What do we think will happen if we say no? What I really have to do, what I have to practice, is to spend more time on fewer things. That way there’s more of me to go around and fewer places I have to go. It’s an end to frantic. It’s an end to busy-ness.

      Lay the groundwork for, “No,” before you need to say it. “I’m excited to have our one-on-ones. I want to bring up an important topic. I love saying, ‘Yes.’ There’s going to come a time when I have to say, ‘No.’ When the time comes, how would you like me to do it?” People might say that they want you to be direct or hear them.   My book review is on ‘Don’t say yes when you want to say no’, by Dr. Herbert Fensterheim and Jean Baer. In, this book, the author bases his arguments in the importance of assertiveness for achieving one’s goals and for personal satisfaction as well.

      Why do we have such a hard time saying no? Ury says it’s because we want to protect our relationships, and that’s definitely a big part of it. But we even say yes to perfect strangers. I think it has to do with keeping up appearances. We want to appear helpful or can-do. But it’s a trap. When we say yes too often, we tend to hurt our.   The modern woman needs to learn balance and form some guidelines for when she'll say yes and when she'll say no. That guideline could be as broad as saying yes only to the things you can go "all in" on, like entrepreneur Lauren Maillian Bias.. "[W]hile even today I take on more than I should at times, I never say 'yes' to anything that I don't have a genuine interest in, or a project that I.


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The answer: Temptation. Popular author Michelle McKinney Hammond's Why Do I Say "Yes" When I Need to Say "No". is for every believer who struggles with temptation and the pain of falling short of God's plan.

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It does cover a lot more than just not to say yes if you want to say no and goes much deeper. It speaks about lots of issues which come with it.

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Advice Business Finance Just Say No Life Life Lessons Love Power of Relationships Saying No Saying Yes You Are Not Alone and when you need comfort, or want to bring a smile to someone’s face, we created this collection to get you through. In this e-book you will learn how, when, and why you should say no, and avoid the negative impact that an inappropriate “yes” can have on your mental and physical health, energy level, and the accomplishment of your personal tasks and goals.

Dr. Herbert Fensterheim, the senior author of Don’t Say Yes When You Want to Say No, received his MA in psychology from Columbia University and his PhD from New York spent 20 years as an analytically oriented therapist before becoming one of the first clinicians involved with behavior : Random House Publishing Group.

I don't know why I read this thing may be because I'm addicted to self-help books, but it really has some unique way to act what the title of the book says "Don't say yes when you want to say no ".If you've got some time or wanna eradicate this common problem that we face today, Give it a try /5.

If you always say yes when you want to say no, it is likely that in the background you are motivated by the fear of loss. You don’t establish limits because you fear that person will reject or abandon you if you don’t give in to his demands or are not at his disposal.

"To this book I say yes, yes, yes!" —from the Foreword by Richard Carlson, author of Don't Sweat the Small Stuff Find more time and energy for the things you love to do—learn to say no without feeling guilty.

The simple word "no" is often the most difficult to s: Title: Why Do I Say Yes When I Need to Say No?: Escaping the Trap of Temptation - eBook By: Michelle McKinney Hammond Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Harvest House Publishers Publication Date: ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WWEBFormat: Ebook.

The more times you say no, the more powerful and protected you feel. “Definitely not,” is quicker, simpler, and easier than, saying, “Tell me more.” But A quick “no” devalues and deflates teammates.

5 reasons leaders consistently say no: You have the wrong people on the team. Leaders release the right people and restrict the wrong. Saying “yes” becomes wrong when they want to say “no” and it is in their best interest to say “no,” but instead they resign and say, “OK, I’ll do it.” Not being able to say “no” distracts people from their priorities and tasks that they really want to get completed.

They become so encumbered doing the things they don’t want to do that they have neither the time nor the energy for the things that. Originally Answered: Why do I always say yes when I want to say no so badly.

You are an agreeable person. Your first impulse is to comply when asked something, probably because you feel a sense of responsibility towards the other person and would feel awful if you were to let them down, and again that might be because you are empathetic and you would have a hard time taking a negative.

Popular author Michelle McKinney Hammond’s Why Do I Say “Yes” When I Need to Say “No”. is for every believer who struggles with temptation and the pain of falling short of God’s plan. Using biblical examples, Michelle gives readers the tools to recognize Satan’s guises and devices.

- Buy Don't Say Yes When You Want to Say No: Making Life Right When It Feels All Wrong book online at best prices in India on Read Don't Say Yes When You Want to Say No: Making Life Right When It Feels All Wrong book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: The third step to learning to say no is deciding if saying yes is really worth it.

After committing to something, doubt eventually sets in and you may begin to think of ways you can get out of it. And if you don’t have any good excuses, you then have to decide if. Or maybe it's all of the above. In the New York Times bestseller, Boundaries, Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend help you learn when to say yes and know how to say no in order to take control of your life and set healthy, biblical boundaries with your spouse, children, /5(15).

Why do we say yes when we really want to say no. At the very basic level, we say yes because we want to be liked. We want to please and help others out, but also we are generally conflict adverse and unable to refuse a request.

Often times we say “yes” instead of “no” out of guilt, inner conflict, loyalty to a person, or a misguided notion that we can please everyone. In the introduction to the book, the author explains that there are three responses to someone who asks us to do something we don’t want to do.

Accommodation: We say Yes when we want to say No. This usually comes when we value the relationship of the person making the request above the importance of our own interests.

Maybe that’s my word, NO. I’m going to use it liberally in but I’m also going to say YES liberally in You see, in order to say YES to the most important things, I need to say NO to less important things.

So, this year, I’m saying NO to say YES. {This post contains affiliate links, you can learn more on our disclosure pagee.}.Why do we say yes when we really mean no? S tephen Covey, in his book The 8th Habit, says “the first and most demanding form of personal growth takes place in the family.” Since embarking on the journey of motherhood a little over two years ago, I completely agree with his assessment.