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People pleasing: Why it is detrimental for you and how to let go of it
Episode 321st April 2020 • Successful, Intuitive and Sensitive Entrepreneurs • Lydia Sophia Wilmsen
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People pleasing: Why it is detrimental for you and how to let go of it

Do you know the feeling of doing something just to keep someone else happy? Just to keep harmony? Have you ever sacrificed your own beliefs, values and needs for the sake of harmony or the seeming happiness of another person? Welcome to the club. We call this people pleasing... I have most definitely been there and most of my clients, too.

In this episode I will talk about what people pleasing is and how it shows up. I'll explain underlying reasons why we do it: what is part of us being empaths and highly sensitive people (we don't want to get rid of that!) and what is due to limiting beliefs. This is what we want to change and I'll give you action steps how to shift from people pleasing into creating healthy boundaries.

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The work that I do is alternative or complementary to standard health care. I am not a licensed medical doctor, psychiatrist or psychologist, so none of my offerings and advice should be construed as a substitute for the advice of a licensed person in these practices.