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How many of you find it hard to say no to others? Have you live your life pleasing others?

Do You ?

1. You pretend to agree with everyone.

2. You feel responsible for how other people feel.

3. You apologize often.

4. You feel burdened by the things you have to do.

5. You can’t say no.

6. You feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you.

7. You act like the people around you.

8. You need praise to feel good.

9. You go to great lengths to avoid conflict.

10. You don’t admit when your feelings are hurt.

Do you know what are you saying no to yourself when you say yes to others? Is it your time? Your health? Your resources or finances finances? Your relationship? Your own goals? Your own career? Your passion? How much are all of these mean to you?

Do you want to break free from pleasing other people ? Then this is for you .

If it's ok with you I would like to share with you my story, a story of a woman who have freed herself from living on pleasing other . As a Master Practitioner of Neurolinguistic Programming , Motivational Speaker , Transformations Coach it became my mission to help others break free from pleasing other people .

I always thought that my desire to make people happy is my purpose in this life. Over time my desire to please other people became a way of my daily life.

I would pretend to agree with everyone, I used to believe that listening politely to other’s people opinions – even when I disagree – is a good social skills. So I would pretend to agree just because I want to be liked.

I always feel responsible for how other people feel. I always thought that I have the power to make someone happy. I apologised often and blame myself excessively if I upset somebody.

My calendar will be filled with activities that I think other people would want me to do. I always feel burdened by the things I have to do.

I felt really uncomfortable when someone is angry with me. I sometimes act like the people around me.

In the area of my relationship I would always wants to feel validated to feel good. I would go in great lengths in order for me to avoid conflicts. I find it hard to admit if I am feeling hurt and live in denial when I am feeling sad, angry, embarrassed, or disappointed.

I ended up neglecting my own self and health at the expense of wanting to take care of other people. Eventually, giving beyond my capacity exhausted me leaving me feel pressured, drained, anxious, overwhelmed , depressed and overweight .

My journey towards my personal development and being mentored and coach Ed JC Smith from the UK, who is an Author, an Entrepreneur, a Healer, Speaker, Inspirational Psychologist, and a Social Media Geek on a mission and Jack Canfield , from the US who is an award winning speaker trainer and internationally recognised leader in psychology of success , advance personal development and strategies for peak performance . I was able to break free from pleasing other people . I found inner peace and have learned to love myself more . I believed that in order to love other we must learn to love ourselves first .

Allow me to be part of your journey to self love .

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