No. .

I heard something today (two things really), which I find fascinating. . .

1. When men say “No”, it’s the end of discussion. When women say “No” it’s the beginning of negotiation. hmmm. .

2. No, always means “No”, so when someone starts trying to tell you why your “no” isn’t, or shouldn’t be “no”, the question is why is this person trying to control me?

hmmm. . .

Much to think about the simple word “no”. . .

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