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    I feel guilty about everything all the time. And now my H told me today that I should feel guilty for not calling my mother. (She's in a bad place and a clairvoyant told me to call her as she won't be with us much longer) but I just can't do it right now. So, why don't I feel guilty about what I SHOULD feel guilty for.
    BTW, I did not ask the clairvoyant for that bit of information. She just told it to me.

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    Do I feel guilty saying no?

    Again.

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    The Hokey Pokey IS what it's all about

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    Nope

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    It can be an issue, but I can say "no" now.

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    I admit, I do have a hard time telling people"no". I've gotten a little better with being more assertive and standing up for myself but sometimes, it's hard for me. I've been used a couple times as a result of not saying no to certain things. I definitely have to work on that because it's a weakness of mine.

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