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Patrick King

Stop People Pleasing

Break your crippling addiction to approval and learn to be less “nice”.


Do you keep your mouth shut for fear of falling out of people’s graces? Feel that you need to please and serve to stay in your social circles? You have the need to please, and all the associated beliefs.


Stop bitterness, resentment, and anxiety from always saying yes.


Stop People Pleasing is a frank look at people-pleasing tendencies — where they come from, how they manifest, and exactly what to do about them. Most importantly, the book emphasizes real, actionable tactics to change your relationship with yourself and others.
This book was written by a recovering people-pleaser, so you can be sure that there is a real understanding of your struggles.


Reprogram your beliefs and learn to accept yourself.


Patrick King is an internationally bestselling author and social skills coach. His writing draws of a variety of sources, from scientific research, academic experience, coaching, and real life experience.


Find your voice, stand up for yourself, and put yourself first.


•The psychological and often traumatic origins of people-pleasing tendencies.
The harmful beliefs you subconsciously possess and how to alter them.
•How to learn new, empowering habits.


Learn the deep origins of your need to please, and how to set healthy boundaries.
•How to set boundaries, and avoid porous ones.
A plethora of strategies to say no and make your thoughts known.
•Understand your guilt and get better with confrontation.
134 páginas impresas
Publicación original
2019
Año de publicación
2019
Editorial
PublishDrive
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