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March 2, Uncategorized 29 comments. Given our great discussion last week about not saying yes out of fear, I thought this might be a fun post to re-run since these tips have really helped me in that department. He was confused by the question.

And, oh, can I offer to bring an extra dish to the potluck next week? I ended up getting some great tips that have really helped me. I was recently asked to undertake a major web project for a local Christian group. It was a great cause, and they were adamant that they needed my help; yet the scope of the project was way more than I could handle. But when I opened up to her about my struggles with chronically overcommitting myself and the negative impact it had had on my spiritual life and my family, she ended up gushing that she had the exact same problem.

We were both so relieved to talk to someone who could relate, and there was zero tension at the end of the conversation. Offer to help find someone else with limits. Watch out for pride. I had to laugh. Sure enough, he quickly found someone else and had a fantastic website in just a few weeks. A Trust that if you are meant to be involved in this project, God will help you do it in peace.

She pointed out that our primary vocations are the main way God wants us to serve others , and therefore he would never call us to something that would detract from our work in that department. B Trust that if God intends for this project or organization to succeed, he will guide it.

Anyway, those are a few tips that have been a great help to me. Anyone else have any tips? Join my email list and get your free guide! I send notes a couple of times per month and will never share your email address. The one thing I have been doing lately is talking of charisms. I explain that God gave me certain gifts and when I use those, all goes well. It stresses me out in ways which are not pretty. So, while everyone else is cooking meals for the new mom at the parish, I am the one setting up the meal schedule on FoodTidings!

People seem to understand a self-deprecating apology and explanation by analogy: I have actually heard those words. I might not be a Mom, but I know the difference between being a caring and effective wife and mother and one who is overworked, overstressed and becoming increasingly resentful of all she has to do.

Miss Manners began my education about appropriate boundaries. I believe Christians, especially women, are prone to believe that we owe people service unless there is a compelling reason not to.

Let me think about it and get back to you. We figure we also have to save the world through volunteering. I think life is more peaceful when we can help out in little ways here and there. Women all understand that daily life is busy enough and most understand if we have to say no, esp to larger projects or ministries.

Little things here and there, yeah, sure. On the other hand, we are all companions on the journey. What made the difference? I had the sign there for several months, allowing the new process to become second-nature.

I now often ask when an answer is needed and promise to get back by then. And then, I pray, pray, pray! I like dinner at 6. I like to start making it at 5. I like to watch re-runs with my husband at night. I deeply resent any intrusions. But it literally makes me ill to have something looming at the end of the day. And it literally destroys my whole day when I have a doing in the morning. I pretty much do nothing. Half the time I wish I had more to do, but when I commit to something like a playdate , I often get nervous and back out the day before.

For some reason I find it so stressful to go to bed at night thinking we have to be somewhere the next day. And yes, I spend the whole day sometimes the whole week waiting for the event to arrive, and making sure meals are at the right time, so naps can be at the right time, so we will leave at the right time, and get there at the right time.

Similarly, something that a care group member once said to me stuck. I think Headless Mom has a great point. I recently had to say no to something, and I did open up for the situation. Frankly, I think I did the explaining more for myself than the group.

I have been asked to do so much over the years and it is extremely stressful for me to say no — I guess because I feel like I am letting someone down. So, when I was a lector, CCD teacher, confirmation sponsor, cropwalk sponsor, and FISH board member — in addition to working full-time and trying to be a good mom — he told me that I was over-extended and needed to give something up. Even said that my priest should never have put so much on my shoulders….

So, think of the rule of three! This is an very intensive time in my vocation. Neither the baby in my womb, nor the little toddler is going to write me a memo explaining how my calm maternal presence is needed to set up a healthy emotional foundation for their future life. I believe I help my parish family best by my constant prayers and sacrifices made duringmy daily life. So far not a single task has involved chairing a parish committee assignment by far, my actual favorite work!

Jennifer, this really hit home for me. Actually I just wrote a post about the same thing on my blog. For me, at least, it also has something a lot of something to do with appearances. I want it to look full and busy, perhaps because the people I know percieve motherhood as something that lasts a set period and then evolves into something else. I thought alot about your post since I read it yesterday, was even forming my thoughts in my sleep.

Then I read a book called Boundaries by Henry Townsend. Knowing me, my limits, he always helped me keep on track; my primary vocation was as a wife and mother.

Taking this extra time to think helped without pressure. I want to be part of … everything. I am not a mom, just a very busy professional woman with a husband and a full life.

I need to remind myself all the time to set boundaries on what I am willing to commit to. Anyone that passes judgment on that is, well, not living the Christian ideal. Thank you so much for sharing this post and your previous post on the same subject. This boundary line has helped, and people seem to accept it quite readily as a reason. If you are firm with your priorities and boundaries, others will respect it. The problem is that I was never firm with mine before, so no one respected them.

I am sending a letter to the CWL tomorrow resigning the position I never should have taken in the first place. I am quite happy doing these three things. I feel they give me a chance to persue my passions and spread my wings. Just know Jennifer, that this post has affected me in a very positive way and my daughter will reap the rewards.

The person you say no to will still be your friend. Remember to make it a point to be friendly with them at a later date. Some of them have looked really tempting, but I really suspect they are recruiting tools and so I avoid them. Listen here or subscribe on your favorite podcasting app. Apple SoundCloud Feed Player. Facebook Instagram Twitter Podcast. There are two sub-points here: Leila on March 2, at 2: I mean, I really love this. Janet on March 2, at 6: This is an extremely important topic to discuss, especially for mothers.

Craig on March 2, at 7: Roz on March 2, at Lacey R on March 2, at 8: Kelly on March 2, at 8: DorkusAmongUs on March 2, at 8: Denise on March 2, at 9: Thank you so much for once again articulating so well what I need to remember.

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Offer to help find someone else with limits. Watch out for pride. I had to laugh. Sure enough, he quickly found someone else and had a fantastic website in just a few weeks.

A Trust that if you are meant to be involved in this project, God will help you do it in peace. She pointed out that our primary vocations are the main way God wants us to serve others , and therefore he would never call us to something that would detract from our work in that department. B Trust that if God intends for this project or organization to succeed, he will guide it.

Anyway, those are a few tips that have been a great help to me. Anyone else have any tips? Join my email list and get your free guide! I send notes a couple of times per month and will never share your email address. The one thing I have been doing lately is talking of charisms. I explain that God gave me certain gifts and when I use those, all goes well. It stresses me out in ways which are not pretty. So, while everyone else is cooking meals for the new mom at the parish, I am the one setting up the meal schedule on FoodTidings!

People seem to understand a self-deprecating apology and explanation by analogy: I have actually heard those words. I might not be a Mom, but I know the difference between being a caring and effective wife and mother and one who is overworked, overstressed and becoming increasingly resentful of all she has to do.

Miss Manners began my education about appropriate boundaries. I believe Christians, especially women, are prone to believe that we owe people service unless there is a compelling reason not to. Let me think about it and get back to you. We figure we also have to save the world through volunteering. I think life is more peaceful when we can help out in little ways here and there.

Women all understand that daily life is busy enough and most understand if we have to say no, esp to larger projects or ministries. Little things here and there, yeah, sure. On the other hand, we are all companions on the journey. What made the difference? I had the sign there for several months, allowing the new process to become second-nature. I now often ask when an answer is needed and promise to get back by then.

And then, I pray, pray, pray! I like dinner at 6. I like to start making it at 5. I like to watch re-runs with my husband at night. I deeply resent any intrusions. But it literally makes me ill to have something looming at the end of the day. And it literally destroys my whole day when I have a doing in the morning. I pretty much do nothing. Half the time I wish I had more to do, but when I commit to something like a playdate , I often get nervous and back out the day before.

For some reason I find it so stressful to go to bed at night thinking we have to be somewhere the next day. And yes, I spend the whole day sometimes the whole week waiting for the event to arrive, and making sure meals are at the right time, so naps can be at the right time, so we will leave at the right time, and get there at the right time. Similarly, something that a care group member once said to me stuck. I think Headless Mom has a great point. I recently had to say no to something, and I did open up for the situation.

Frankly, I think I did the explaining more for myself than the group. I have been asked to do so much over the years and it is extremely stressful for me to say no — I guess because I feel like I am letting someone down. So, when I was a lector, CCD teacher, confirmation sponsor, cropwalk sponsor, and FISH board member — in addition to working full-time and trying to be a good mom — he told me that I was over-extended and needed to give something up.

Even said that my priest should never have put so much on my shoulders…. So, think of the rule of three! This is an very intensive time in my vocation. Neither the baby in my womb, nor the little toddler is going to write me a memo explaining how my calm maternal presence is needed to set up a healthy emotional foundation for their future life. I believe I help my parish family best by my constant prayers and sacrifices made duringmy daily life.

So far not a single task has involved chairing a parish committee assignment by far, my actual favorite work! Jennifer, this really hit home for me. Actually I just wrote a post about the same thing on my blog. For me, at least, it also has something a lot of something to do with appearances. I want it to look full and busy, perhaps because the people I know percieve motherhood as something that lasts a set period and then evolves into something else.

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