People-pleasing might not sound all that bad. After all, what’s wrong with being nice to people and trying to help them out or make them happy?
But people-pleasing generally goes beyond simple kindness. It involves “editing or altering words and behaviors for the sake of another person’s feelings or reactions,” explains Erika Myers, a therapist in Bend, Oregon. Click here to read more…
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