Too nice for your own good?

Do you get told you’re “too nice for your own good?”

  • You put others’ needs first, before your own
  • You know you should stand up for yourself but don’t do it
  • You often feel resentful
  • You distract yourself from difficult feelings
  • You have conversations going round and round your head, affecting your sleep and peace of mind

When it’s out of control, a ‘good’ thing can lead to bad outcomes – for you and for others.

Good news:  You can fix this.  You need to a few things and practice some skills. But you can do that.

More good news: You don’t have to become mean and selfish. You can be kind and strong.

You can learn to

  • Be at peace with yourself
  • Enjoy more balanced, fulfilling relationships
  • Feel comfortable saying ‘no’
  • Resist the urge to always drop what you want to follow everyone else’s agenda
  • Make time to do things that nourish and support you
  • Help others when you want to and when it’s right rather than out of habit

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