Learning to say no is something new parents often struggle with. But how often have you wished you’d been honest with your feelings, instead of playing it nice and ending up overcommitted?
Granted, saying no doesn’t always make you feel good and won’t make you popular among friends and family but its always better to err on the side of caution. Your baby’s health and wellbeing (and yours too!) should be the priority here.
Here’s how to deal with the scenarios where you have to be the bad guy and say no:
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Text: Young Parents / Additional reporting: Natalya Molok