F*ck No! By Sarah Knight

Dec 30, 2019 | Reviews


F*ck No! By Sarah KnightF*ck No!: How to Stop Saying Yes When You Can't, You Shouldn't, or You Just Don't Want To by Sarah Knight
Published by Voracious on December 31, 2019

How to say no without being an a**hole, from the New York Times bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ckAre you burnt out from taking on more than you can handle or accepting less than you deserve? Tired of giving in instead of sticking up for yourself? Sick of saying yes all the time? You're gonna love F*CK NO!

No is an acceptable answer, and it's time to start using it. Whether you're a People-Pleaser, Overachiever, Pushover, or have serious FOMO, bestselling "anti-guru" Sarah Knight helps you say what you really mean without being really mean--or burning out for fear of missing out.Life is so much better when you say no with confidence--and without guilt, fear, or regret. F*ck No! delivers practical strategies that give you the power to decline, and concrete examples that put the words right into your mouth. You'll discover:
The joy of noNo-Tips for all occasionsHow to set boundariesFill-in-the-blank F*ckNotes
The No-and-Switch, the Power No--and how to take no for an answer yourselfAnd much more!
Praise for Sarah Knight and the No F*cks Given Guides"Self-help to swear by." --Boston Globe
"Genius." --Vogue
"Hilarious, irreverent, and no-nonsense." --Bustle

Pages: 304


Leann’s Thoughts

FckNo Book CoverSarah Knights F*ck No is a must-buy book for anyone who feels overwhelmed and stressed out. Being able to say No – and not feel like hiding under the covers – is a necessary but neglected life skill. Sarah’s humor and casual style make it easy for even the most compulsive people-pleaser to come out and stand their ground. If you’re worried about sounding rude, don’t worry, Sarah has some great tips to make sure you understand that saying No more often won’t cause your world to crumble. My favorite chapter was the one on Partners because this is usually the one that’s the hardest to put into practice.

This is the perfect book for those who struggle with wanting to be liked yet wanting the freedom to be themselves.


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