In the Last Five Years, to What Have You Gotten Better at Saying ‘No?’
1. Saying "no" to peer pressure
I've gotten better at saying "no" to things that I don't want to do, like trying drugs or alcohol.
2. Saying "no" to unhealthy habits
I've gotten better at saying "no" to things that are bad for me, like staying up late or eating junk food.
3. Saying "no" to toxic people
I've gotten better at saying "no" to people who are harmful or negative influences in my life.
4. Saying "no" to unnecessary spending
I've gotten better at saying "no" to buying things that I don't need or can't afford.
5. Saying "no" to self-doubt
I've gotten better at saying "no" to the little voice in my head that tells me I can't do something.
6. Turning down plans
I've gotten better at saying no to plans that I don't really want to do, or that I know will be too exhausting for me.
7. Saying no to people pleasers
In the last five years, I've become more confident in myself and my abilities. As a result, I've been able to say no to people who try to take advantage of my willingness to help out.
8. Putting myself first
used to always put other people's needs before my own. However, I've learned that it's important to take care of myself first and foremost.
9. Practicing self-care
Along the same lines as putting myself first, I've also gotten better at saying no to things that would be detrimental to my mental or physical health.
10. Learning my limits
There have been many occasions where I said yes to something even though deep down I knew it would be too much for me handle. Now, I have learned to say no when it is beyond my limits or capabilities.