Good morning beautiful friends! It's ok to say NO. It doesn't make you a bad person or any less kind. It just means you have healthy boundaries. Always keep your intentions pure and do things out of love and not the fear of displeasing others, guilt or shame as those are lower vibrational energies. Never feel forced or pressured to do anything that you don't feel happy with or which goes against your own morals & values. Do not try to please people at the expense of your own mental or physical health. You know your body and you know your mind, and if you need time to yourself or don't feel the need to participate in certain things, don't feel obliged to make other people happy, while being miserable yourself. Seek no external validation from others but be confident and assertive in your own wants and needs. There are some people out there who truly love to push others' boundaries and it's up to you to protect your energy and learn how to just say NO 💓
I lived through it & so can you. When I lifted my hands & surrendered to the Lord, hell began to cry out. Lust & perversion lost it's grip. I'll spend forever making hell angry & rectifying God back to his daughters. Link in bio!
You can gently give your partner feedback about the things that frustrate you so they can hopefully change what they’re doing. But be mindful that we can come off critical even if we don’t mean to. Criticism is not an invitation that makes them get more excited about bringing love and care into the relationship. You partner may get the sense that they’re not good enough. If this pattern continues, it can get worse and we can feel like we’re not able to satisfy our partner.
So, what have you found works well for you and your partner to communicate well?