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Author:  CrackedGirl [ Sat Dec 17, 2011 7:29 am ]
Blog Subject:  No Revisited

I was doing some IE in DBT group last night and my friend helped me figure out why I had difficulty saying no.

I was abused and the first time I said no did not end well. I did not say it again.

Being in a missionary situation made me feel like I was not allowed to say no as I dont want to be selfish as that is a sin.

I dont want to make my Mum sad by saying no to her like she was after Dad died.

I am just noting this down so I remember - not that I think I am likely to forget tbh. But at least I know where it comes from and that means I can do some work on it.

Hope you are all well

Hugs

Cracked



Comments

Author:  Black Widow [ Sun Dec 25, 2011 9:04 am ]

It is essential to say no, especially to Christians.
It is not a sin, but keeping boundaries.
No offense intended if you are Christian.
I just know they do not like boundaries.

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