This is a very common complaint from my clients (and friends) as we seem to find ourselves, yet again, spending our precious free time in places we don't want to be in, with people we don't want to be with.
It's one of the hardest words to say in the workplace - especially when you're out to impress, and the idea of having to tell colleagues you can't do something may feel like raising a red flag of ineptitude.
No. It's a tiny word with huge meaning. It can be the key to your liberation, it can improve your health, transform your sex life, revitalise relationships and help you regain control in your life. All this from two little letters. And yet we struggle to use it.