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The problem with “no”

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So, why is the word “no” so hard for many women to say?

My sister got married this past March. Since her maid of honor was merely the ripe old age of eight years old, the responsibility of that title was laid on the shoulders of my younger sister and me. Not only were we bridesmaids, but we were cooks, hairstylists, decorators, party planners, wedding coordinators, counselors and babysitters.

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