It is okay and absolutely essential to say NO when necessary.
In a society where sacrifice is glorified and self-love is a revolutionary act, saying NO can make one feel rude and selfish. Giving in to these false belief systems can deplete us from within.
Saying YES when we really want to say NO breeds a sense of entitlement in the receiver. Ultimately, the Giver becomes the “Enabler” of this toxic pattern that can manifest itself as several different situations with the same energetic quality in their life.
It is imperative to discern and draw healthy boundaries where necessary.
It’s all good until this is not a recurring pattern in your life. If you identify with this situation, it’s important you clear this aspect within you rather than playing victim that “this always happens” to you.
We simply cannot pour from an empty cup. Boundaries are an essential part of our self-care routine.
The more we honor our own boundaries, the more others will respect it.
Are you empowered enough to say NO?
It’s a choice YOU make.
In Divine love,