CLEVELAND — After more than a year of being told we can't go anywhere, it can be tempting to accept every invitation that comes your way, but that isn't always a good idea.
This week, on my 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney podcast, Thriveworks therapist Victoria Riordan, LPCC, explains why it's important to say "no" to things sometimes, and how to do it with grace and kindness.
Victoria explains why guilt and "FOMO" (fear of missing out) can drive us to say "yes" to things, and how that can leave us feeling depleted and in need of recharging.
Plus, I share what you Need to Know in NEO to help you decompress while supporting a local without having to commit to plans, and why Gabe Wasylko is such A Good Follow on Twitter.
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