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How to know if you’re a people-pleaser and what to do about it

9 mins | Nov 4, 2022
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People-pleasing can be a problematic habit that negatively affects individuals. People who take responsibility for others' emotions and say yes even when they want to say no are some of the signs of people-pleasers. It's praised as a positive trait, but this tendency can cause people to abandon their own. Allyson Chiu reveals ways to combat this problematic trait.

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