Edi­tor’s Let­ter

Cosmopolitan (India) - - CONTENTS -

This is­sue of Cosmo car­ries a story that could lit­er­ally change your life. The Two Most Im­por­tant Words You’ll Say may have a some­what se­ri­ous ti­tle, but the con­cept is rather sim­ple...too many of us don’t know when (and how) to say the most recog­nis­able words in the English lan­guage: ‘yes’ and ‘no’. I know I have trou­ble with them. Af­ter a long day at work, I’m of­ten tired and cranky and des­per­ate to lie in bed with some bad tele­vi­sion for com­pany, but in­stead I’ll be squeez­ing my­self into a black dress and painfully high heels for a cock­tail party be­cause I couldn’t refuse the host. Or an amaz­ing op­por­tu­nity will come my way, but I’ll sud­denly de­velop ex­treme shy­ness or anx­i­ety, and pro­cras­ti­nate un­til it’s too late to even bother with. Damn an­noy­ing, as you can imag­ine. But more than that, a rather un-fun way to live your life (and man­age earn in our cover story, y yes or no to things d, your self-es­teem Be­cause ig­nor­ing your our­self that what you r, that ev­ery­body else’s xpec­ta­tions and s are more im­por­tant Not good...and our ea­ture works to fix y that. Turn to page and pre­pare to feel ppier and more con­tent. As some­one once said, ‘Say­ing no is ac­tu­ally say­ing yes o other things’.

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