We all people-please, because we want other people to like us, or it wasn't safe for us not to people-please when we were younger.
This behavior causes us do things that make us think it will make people ultimately like us, or not abandon us, which of course is one of our greatest fears.
Most of us were raised to think that being selfless and doing for others was more important than doing for ourselves.
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What You'll Learn:
When you say YES to yourself you become a hell of a lot more generous to others
Why being willing to feel a short period of discomfort saying no beats the prolonged discomfort of letting yourself down and doing something against your will
Stopping people-pleasing does not change the core of who you are
The sneaky people-pleasing things we consistently do become ways of letting ourselves down over and over again ... death by a thousand tiny cuts. OUCH!
Most of us were raised to think that being selfless and doing for others was more important than doing for ourselves, and I don't think that's necessarily wrong as long as you're putting yourself on the list and doing for you what you want.
We can tell people-pleasing to suck it and say YES to the things that ignite us, and NO to the things that are not a f*ck yes as long as you're putting yourself on the list and doing for you what you want.
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