people pleasing

Deep acting is when we genuinely work to foster specific feelings. When we make an effort to cultivate real happiness, gratitude
Being out of integrity has pretty serious consequences for our happiness, and for our relationships. Here's what happens when we aren't being authentic.
Here are five go-to phrases that every people-pleaser should learn right now:
4) I easily divert my people-pleasing tendencies. Uncovering how you want to feel is one of the steps in my 12 week program
A well-timed yes can expand our world in beautiful and unexpected ways. But I am writing now to espouse the power of another simple word: no.
What does it mean to be a People Pleaser? Well, as a recovering People Pleaser myself, I can tell you. People Pleasers have an almost insatiable need to be liked by everyone. If you are a People Pleaser, you might say "yes" to too many things, whether it be at work or in your personal life.
Do you struggle to follow your heart because you fear disappointing other people? Does it seem what others want from you is rarely what you want for yourself? Do you feel doomed to make decisions that will disappoint someone no matter how hard you try?
I coach and mentor women who live double lives. From the outside, they appear happy with their successful careers. They are making their way up the corporate ladder, connecting with the right people, and adding high-profile accomplishments to their resumes. Looking at their lives from the outside, you'd believe they are living the dream.
Knowing what you want is KEY to shaping the decisions you make and the actions you take every day to move you closer to YOUR goals. Once you know what you want, you can set the priorities to get what you want.
If you start stating your opinions from apologizing, the chances of your opinion being taken into account are falling drastically. If you want to improve the quality of your life by being heard, feeling noticed and regarded, then pay attention to this one thing.
You know, I bet we burn more calories wondering what other people are thinking about us, or doing things for other people so that they will like us, than we do actually exercising. And to make matters worse, it totally burns us out.
So what can us people pleasers do about this, you ask? Well, there are a few things...
What would happen if you said yes to everything? This is the premise of a Jim Carrey movie, but it's also a character type
When we put our "good model citizen" mask on, we often act out of integrity and compromise our true nature -- which is a huge price to pay.
The past decade has been a time for personal reflection and growth. I've learned many important lessons and gained new insights, probably more so than in any other decade. I often find myself saying, "If only I knew then what I know now."
We teach our kids to share, especially with children who may have less than they do. We teach our kids to cooperate and compromise, especially if they have a tendency to bully for their own way.
So where does this leave me? I'm not really sure. I didn't relate at all when I checked out CODA meetings, didn't really