The Power of No

by Michelle Montoro

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I spent the first 40 years of my life being a “yes” girl.

Craving to be popular, to be liked, to become the friend my friends could rely on.

Always.

To the point that I exhausted myself. Overwhelmed myself. Literally made myself crazy.

But I had only myself to blame.

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Michelle is a passionate scholar and a lover of words with a driving desire to help others in the pursuit of becoming the best possible versions of themselves.

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