Yes! I Said No! – How to set healthy boundaries and increase your self esteem
Is it hard to find time for yourself?
Do you often ignore what you want, and focus on what others want instead?
Do you find it difficult to speak up for yourself?
“Yes! I Said No! gives you specific tools to set healthy boundaries and re-take control of your life.
You will learn how to do what YOU want to do. Without drama. Without anger. Without fear.
A series of simple to follow examples and clearly stated tools will help you invest in your self, Will help you say YES when you want to and NO when you need to.
You will learn how to:
Say no without blowing up, wimping out, or running away,
stop being a people pleaser, care for people without carrying them, restore healthy relationships.
About Barbra Russell (Denver, Colorado Author)
Barbra Russell holds a Master’s Degree and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice specializing in Solution-Oriented Brief Therapy. Her mission is to encourage, motivate, challenge and inspire others to spiritual growth and emotional health.
Barbra leaves an impression, she’s a humorous, energetic and interactive speaker who leaves her audience wanting more. A teacher at heart, she shares proven wisdom which positively changes people’s lives. With twenty years’ experience in counseling individuals and couples, she has unique insight and uses case histories to illustrate her techniques in setting boundaries and increasing self- esteem.
By sharing her own stories of overcoming challenges and adversity, Barbra encourages others to make changes one step at a time.
“I’ve spent thousands of counseling hours working with many people who want to say “No,” who need to say “No,” but who say “Yes” anyway. I wrote “Yes! I Said No!” for those, and many others who need a guide to show them steps to take to re-claim their lives. My career as a Licensed Professional Counselor, as well as my own experience as a reformed “people pleaser” helps me help others set healthy boundaries and increase their self esteem. “
- Barbra Russell