When going the extra mile runs you into the ground.
Do you constanly agree to do things you don't really want to do?
Do you often feel taken advantage of?
Do you hold back opinions or ideas for fear others will disagree?
Do you go along with what everyone else wants?
Do you feel rejected and unloved when given negative feedback?
Do you secretly feel people should appreciate you more for all you do for them?
Can you say no to unreasonable demands?
Do you sometimes wonder who the real you is?
If you answered yes to even one of those questions, you're probably living a "people-pleasing" lifestyle. Being a people-pleaser may be destroying you, and ironically, wrecking the very relationships you work so hard to gain!
Pleasing You is Destroying Me will give you the courage to escape a lifelong pattern of people-pleasing addictions. And the best part of all is that you don't have to become "me-centered" in the process. Learn how to stand your ground and:
train people how to treat you: take responsibility for your own opinions: develop a strong sense of self-esteem: build open, honest, caring relationships that strike a balance between others and yourself.