Psychology, Assertiveness & Radical Authenticity

Why I Don’t Feel Bad About Saying No

And you shouldn’t either.

Angela K. Irvin
Oct 18 · 6 min read
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How Thoughts and Feelings Influence Our Decisions

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We Naturally Avoid Pain

A Case For Authenticity

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Saying No (But Thinking Yes)

Question: When does no mean yes?

Answer: Always.

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A Word About Emotional Reactions

Revel in Your Superpower

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Angela K. Irvin

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Therapist | Researcher | M.A. in Clinical Psychology | Doctoral Candidate ▪ I enjoy writing about wellness, mental health, women, the lived experience of race.

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