Nobody’s Bitch

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Problogger asked his Twitter followers if they were to write a last post ever, what would it be about. I was late to the whole thing, so I read it backwards from (this is paraphrasing by the way)…what’s keeping you from writing your “last post”, to, thank you all for your titles, they sound great and some of them really need to be written, to, if all of you were to write your “last post” what would the title be, what would it be about?

Reading things backwards seems to be a trend. So on the spot I decided my last post ever on would be this, “Nobody’s Bitch”. Got a nice ring to it right? Say it to yourself, “I’m NOBODY’S Bitch!” Now say it with conviction! “I’m NOBODY’S Bitch!”

Now say it like you mean it. “I’M NOBODY’S BITCH!”

Didn’t that feel good? Great. Because you’re not. Anybody’s. Bitch.

Yeah it comes off vulgar, and I know many variations of this that are much worse, so trust me that’s nothing. Today we’re going to talk about being assertive and standing up for yourself.

First things first, stop saying yes to everything. Say No. Even if it’s a small No, say No. Next, stop being pushed into things you don’t want to do, don’t feel obligated. Be reasonable with this.

Understandably there will be times you have to do something you don’t really want to do, that’s just life, but ultimately, you’re nobody’s bitch, so don’t behave that way.

Next let’s talk about being assertive and sounding more like you mean business. I can thank a local newscast last night for this information.


When you speak, speak with authority, not doubt. And sit or stand up straight when you speak so that your delivery isn’t hindered by your appearance. Look like you mean business and people will pay attention to you.

Finally, don’t end your sentences with a question. I myself am super guilty of this, I end almost every sentence with, “you know?” I’m confident that it annoys the crap out of people. But I’ve done that for a long time, it insures I’m being heard, but from today forward people…you either listen or you don’t. If you don’t, you might miss something.

Go forth, be your own Bitch!


6 thoughts on “Nobody’s Bitch

  1. Haha, this would be a nice ending of if this was your last post. Very well written and thought-out, I know a lot of people would have to think for weeks to figure out the answer to that question. I think the point where “stop saying yes to everything” is the one that stands out the most for myself. The reason is that it is something that I should do more often and something that I definitely want to work on in the future.

  2. Why do I always get Metallica songs stuck in my head when I read your blogs?

    But seriously, I wish more girls would have a little self respect and give society the finger and say “Eff you I am not YOUR bitch, even if I am A bitch.”

  3. I know what you mean about reading backwards; I do that all the time!

    Assertiveness is important. I didn’t become assertive until I was out of my teens – I’m still not as assertive as I wish I were. However, I have a co-worker who is the epitome of un-assertive. Every sentence that comes out of her mouth sounds like a question? Hello? Thank you for calling? This is Heather?

    Ericas last blog post..Celebrating One Year Seizure-Free!

  4. It does feel good doesn’t it? I used to think
    I was obligated and couldn’t say no…I don’t
    feel that way so much anymore.

    The funniest thing to me about this site, since I
    started it, anyone that I know personally, thinks
    I couldn’t have picked anything more fitting as
    a blog title and purpose. I think that’s great
    because it shows how much I’ve changed over the

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