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The Mr. Bean Way: You Don’t Need to Be a People Pleaser

The habit of “pleasing” is a disease.

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Being nice to people, being kind, being courteous- yes, it all sounds nice until it is at the cost of one’s self-respect, interests, and values. Stop being so sweet that people may chew you up. Being nice to people is good, but if you have a knack for pleasing everybody, it’s a disease or an addiction that…

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Shahid Chap

Shahid Chap

Write about Self-improvement, Personal growth and Entrepreneurship. Owner of Better Advice

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