8 thoughts on “ Pleasing People ”

  1. Dec 05,  · People-pleasing isn’t inherently negative, according to Myers. “Part of having relationships with others involves taking their wants, needs, and feelings into account.” These tendencies often come Author: Crystal Raypole.
  2. Jul 04,  · At first, people-pleasing might come across as a selfless act. But people-pleasing is actually a selfish act because you’re trying to control someone else’s reaction towards you by behaving in a certain way. In fact, people-pleasing is more about the desire to be in control than it is to please other people.
  3. A people pleaser is someone who tries hard to make others happy. They will often go out of their way to please someone, even if it means taking their own valuable time or resources away from them. People pleasers often act the way they do .
  4. Jul 17,  · What is a people pleaser? It is a person who sacrifices their own desires, thoughts, wants, needs, opinions, etc., for the approval of other people. Individuals who want to please often have a poor.
  5. Oct 26,  · A People Pleaser is one of the nicest and most helpful people you know. They never say “no.” You can always count on them for a favor. In fact, they spend a great deal of time doing things for.
  6. People pleasing is neither good for the pleaser or the people he or she is trying to please. People pleasing behavior is an open door for unhealthy codependency to enter a relationship. People pleasing can also turn into manipulation because the pleaser is speaking or behaving in a certain way in order to get a desired result.
  7. Jul 03,  · People-pleasing is why we have many greedy false teachers in Christianity like Joel Osteen, etc. Rather than telling people the truth they want to make people happy and tell them false things they want to hear. You can’t serve God and always be a people-pleaser.
  8. People-pleasing is a strategy for coping with a lack of security in a relationship. While we often focus on the negatives that come with this relational stance, it actually has a lot of strengths in it, too. Commonly, you’ll see people-pleasing along with one or more of these traits: low self-esteem-overachievement-strong need for control.

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