Reviews from the People-Pleasing course students
I absolutely loved journalling – I was amazed at the clarity that this brought with it and is something I intend to keep up. To be honest, I don’t think I could pick a favourite week as each one hit the mark so profoundly!
The nice girl course was interesting, enjoyable and challenging, it has enabled me to become kinder towards myself leading to improvements in my sense of self worth and self esteem.
I expected it to be helpful as I felt I really fitted the ‘nice girl’ bill but each week was a revelation and I can already feel it impacting my relationships with my partner, children, wider family and friends for the better.
I actually feel quite profoundly changed and cannot wait to continue – it feels like the course has enabled me to take control of some issues that I have struggled with for decades.
Thank you so much for giving me the tools to take back control of my life!
I can’t recommend this enough. It felt like this course was written just for me and Anna understood exactly my thoughts and behaviours. I read through the whole course in one sitting and felt a huge shift in my feelings, emotions and understanding of myself. Now, whenever I have a wobble I go back and reread and always feel better. I still have a long way to go but I feel so grateful for this course which has allowed me to be more aware and feel more validated. Thank you Anna.
A people-pleaser must put everyone first at all times regardless of the cost. They are thoughtful and sensitive to others, needing to ensure everyone else is happy. Friends and colleagues go to them for help, because they go above and beyond. However, the people-pleaser finds it hard to ask for help from others, as they don’t want to burden them.
A people-pleaser’s overriding fear is that he or she would hurt, upset or anger someone, so they apologise bountifully, often for things that aren’t their fault. A people-pleaser’s diary is littered with things they have said ‘yes’ to regardless of whether he or she wants to do them, because they hate to let people down. A people-pleaser has a knot in their stomach made up of all the unspoken hurt, embarrassment and pain that they don’t speak about. They are kind to everyone, but not that kind to them self.
Everyone says they are lovely, and they are. But if they said it to their face, it would be brushed off. They wouldn’t believe it, because they don’t see it. They are tired of being a people-pleaser, but they don’t know how else to be.
If this resonates in any way, then I’ve written this course for you.
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It opened my eyes to the fact that I deserve to do this work on myself because I am worth the investment!