Saying No is Good Self-Care.

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Saying No is Good Self-Care.

Whether for an invitation to a holiday gathering or a request on personal, time, or caregiving resources, saying “no” often is hard. Jan offers some thoughts on saying “no” as self-care, as well as, polite, but firm ways to simply say “no” and stick to it.

 

 

Original Post October 21, 2020 on Jan Kwiatkowski at JDK Counseling on YouTube

 

Jan Kwiatkowski is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) practicing in the State of WI and has a passion for working with women experiencing Postpartum Depression, Anxiety or OCD, or relational challenges related to becoming parents. She is dedicated to whole person and family wellness, and growth and resilience. Her approach assumes the dignity and resilience of every human being and that each person is truly the expert in their own lives. Call (414) 485-0700 or email jan@therapysecure.com  to set up a FREE 20-minute consultation. Visit Jan Kwiatkowski’s Profile.

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