2 thoughts on “When To Say “No Thank You” . . .

  1. Thank you I needed to hear that right now. Someone has come into my path, who needs more help than I can give. He wants sympathy, but he doesn’t want to help himself. No can do it for him, so I’m going to have to say “no thank you.”

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