I know the drill. I pretend to be incredibly busy checking voicemail in order to avoid glancing her way as I briskly walk by. For a few minutes after seeing her, my heart beats rapidly and my hand trembles.
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For the many of us, saying "no" means risking the discontent, anger, or judgment of others. We learned to say "yes" to avoid the guilt or negative consequence of saying "no."
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