Stop Being a People Pleaser

These are some fabulous tips! Enjoy!

Be Inspired..!!

What many people-pleasers don’t realize is that people-pleasing can have serious risks. Not only does it put a lot of pressure and stress on you, but essentially you can make yourself sick from doing too much. If you’re overcommitted, you probably get less sleep and get more anxious and upset. You’re also depleting your energy resources. In the worst case scenario, you’ll wake up and find yourself depressed, because you’re on such overload because you possibly can’t do it all.

Here are few steps on how to be a people pleaser:

  1. Be Honest – When you can be honest about how you really feel, you let people know the real you. 
  2. Acknowledge Your Needs – Acknowledging what you need means that your focus is where it needs to be – on you!
  3. Say No Nicely – It takes guts to say no and when you finally do, it’s more empowering than anything…

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Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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