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If you have a problem with saying no, then most of the time you will be spending on others doing things that you do not want to do with your heart. Continuing this process increases the feeling of confusion and frustration within the person. As a result, there is a good chance that friendship or bitterness will develop. “It simply came to our notice then When you’re reluctant to say no, you’re in for a rude awakening. If you want to respond to someone’s request with a “no” but “yes” instead of “yes”, you will do so under pressure and your anger will increase. It has a detrimental effect on your health and may appear as a headache at first. Saying “no” means shutting down the flowing water and preventing the flow of external pressure. This allows you to have the right to rest and control your time and life. Saying “no” directly and clearly also reflects your confidence.
Those who are reluctant to say no think that it is the duty of a good person to do the work of others. “Saying no means showing selfishness or cruelty. Others are important in our lives, so I shouldn’t say no. If I say no, they will feel embarrassed, angry, or humiliated, and they will not like me. If you have this idea in mind, you need to change it or your life will be miserable. You are often reluctant to say no, as there is often confusion between the two at the judicial level.The first misconception was that you were answering “No” to someone’s request. The second was- you think, “It’s not easy for a person to admit it.” But in reality, if they say “no” with full determination and appropriateness, everyone will happily accept it. Most of the time, if you say no, the relationship will deepen, because even the person in front of you can open up and express their feelings and ask you for help in the future.
For the first time, it may be difficult to say no. But then the process of saying no or becoming a habit develops. Different approaches are used to say no in different situations. This book beautifully articulates the word “no” and describes the meaningless ways in which anyone can practice the art of saying no to everyday life and make life happier.
|Book Title||Na Kahiba Shikhantu(ନା କହିବା ଶିଖନ୍ତୁ)|
|No of Pages||176|
|Publisher||Diamond Pocket Books Pvt. Ltd.|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|