The only person you need to please is the one living inside your skin.
We do a lot of things unconsciously that sabotage our lives. Time to change.
We each have intrinsic value, not based on how we perform or what we do or give.
Many codependents are perfectionists. In their mind, they must be perfect, because the alternative is that they will “look bad” in some way or feel like a failure.
We all want honesty, but not many of us can handle it.
Over apologize? Under apologize? Be passive-aggressive? Where’s “that elusive middle ground /where yielding to acknowledgment /opens the door to recognition”?
You can please some of the people all of the time, and maybe all of the people some of the time, but you can not please all of the people all of the time.
I set out on a journey to find myself; to see what was underneath all the role playing; to uncover who I inherently was.
No More Mr. Nice Guy by Dr. Robert Glover puts this whole ‘nice guy’ myth to rest, once and for all.
Why don’t we say no? Why can’t someone else do it?
Perfection isn’t possible, but excellence is always in the grasp.
For adult children of alcoholics, trying to be perfect and a people-pleaser comes with weak boundaries.
One of the most important pieces in a man’s personal development then, is to live and love fearlessly. To cut the apron strings.
Are you mistaking a relief from suffering for happiness? Let go of these things to find real peace.
To be nice or to be good? That is the wrong question.
This clever two-minute video shows you how to reverse your people pleasing and start making yourself a priority.