You’re a people pleaser because you’re a do-er. Everyone counts on you because you get things done. As a chronic people pleaser, you feel like you’re letting others down by saying no or that by saying yes to everything you somehow become a hero. The people around you have become comfortable relying on you because you’ve said “yes” to so many requests and always pulled through.
Oftentimes, a chronic people pleaser stops making time for his or herself and feels resentment, exhaustion, or a variety of other things as a result. But, you can’t blame others for counting on you when you’ve conditioned them to do so by saying yes to everything<JG><undressed>

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