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Too Many "Yeses" and Your Well-Being

Too many "yeses" can have a tremendous impact on your health and wellness. The body and mind is only capable and able to handle multiple tasks for a certain amount of time. After that time, We reaches the a burn-out stage that leads to what I call the three "S's"; sickness, stress, and sinfulness (too much of anything is a sin).

I just took this quiz to find out if I am too much of a "yesser" and to my surprise I am in the red zone. I shall learn to say "no", though it might pleasing to others. Sometimes we must take the stand and say "NO", find time for yourself, and to say the least "It's all about you."

Now you try this quiz to find out if you're too agreeable.

1. Do you feel that you never have enough time to get all your to-do's done?

2. At the day's end, do you feel as if you're not quite finished?

3. Do you frequently find yourself feeling resentful of others?

4. Are you jealous of women who seem to know what they want?

5. When you do find the courage to say no,do yo feel guilty about it?

6. Do you think yo can do things better and quicker than other?

7. Do you always put off scheduling regular, pleasurable time blocks for
8. Were you brought up to believe it's shameful to make mistakes?

9. Do you feel that you're being selfish if you put your needs before those
of others?
10.If you only had six month to live would you change how you live your days
from the way you're living them right now?

If you answer yes to three or more questions you might be at risk of over committing and overstressing yourself.

Are you a "yesser"?

Source: Prevention's Guide
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