There is only stress when you say “yes” and mean “no”.
Communication training 5: Setting clear boundaries in a positive way – but how? The art of politely saying “no”
If you know what you are saying yes to in your life, then you need a good no on the flip side. Setting limits – that is not an easy thing to do. Have you ever told a white lie instead of just saying no? Can you refuse a request without feeling guilty? And do you also sometimes say yes too quickly and then get angry about it afterwards?
- How you differentiate yourself naturally
- Time for reflection, to avoid a hasty, too brusque “no”.
- Dealing with fear in my “home cinema
- The cooperative no: This way you can refuse something and still be helpful
- What to do if your “no” is not accepted? How to defend yourself against the most common manipulation attempts
- Which “push buttons” are activated and what is my personal black ice
- Say “no” appreciatively so that your counterpart can digest your no better.
- Changing your mind or how you can reverse a hasty “yes”
- Practical application
- I will become a pilot of my goals and my life again
- I know how to approach and get time to think
- I take myself and my needs seriously
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