|When was the last time you said “no” when someone asked you to do something? It might have been an invitation to a party, to serve on a committee, or to help with an event at your faith community.|
It can be very hard to say “no!”
We often feel that if someone asks us to do something, somehow we’re obliged to say yes, even if it’s drawing energy, time, or money away from the highest priority items in our lives.
When you’re a caregiver who is juggling many things, you must say no to the lower priority activities and requests. That keeps you free to manage what is most
If saying no and setting limits has been uncomfortable for you, you won’t want to miss the live webinar I’m hosting on Thursday, January 31st at 2:00 Eastern time.
When Elder Care Hurts: How to Juggle Priorities, Set Boundaries, and Feel Good about Saying ‘No!’
An online version of one of my popular workshops.
Including a workbook and specific exercises to:
• Help you decide what is personally important and meaningful as you juggle many tasks
• Understand what boundaries really are, and what a healthy boundary might look like in your situation.
• Learn a sure-fire way to say “no” without feeling guilty.
This workshop will be especially helpful for caregivers who come from families where there has been a history of trauma or dysfunction, but it will be useful for everyone who struggles with managing too much to do, and not enough time to do it!
Invite a friend, and join our FREE webinar on Thursday, January 31st at 2:00 p.m.
All my best,