Parent Pleasers become People Pleasers — How to overcome this common Childhood Wound.

“I hate that I’m unable to say no.”

“I hate that I’m unable to stick up for myself. How did I become this way?”

These are thoughts that cross the minds of the people pleasers frequently. People pleasers are experts at accommodating other people’s needs but often putting themselves last. As long…

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Nicole Baptista

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Writer I Language Tutor. Interested in everything Health and Education related. Also baby goat obsessed. Www.nicolebeewriter.com

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