The Nice Guy
Though the nice guy may look looks nice on the surface, it is really a behavior to to avoid facing the unresolved issues in yourself.If you're always looking out for someone else, you've abandoned the needs of someone very important,
People pleasing keeps your attention focused outward and away from the awareness that will bring true growth.
Ask yourself: "What would I be doing if I weren't trying to fix someone else's problem?"
Chances are, having loosened the grip of people-pleasing, you'll have buckets of time open up to you. And a whole lot of uncomfortable feelings to go along with it.
Without having to please someone else, you might feel restless and detached. You don't know what to do with yourself. Like many of my clients, you might have been out of touch with your true desires for so long that you don't even know what you really want.
Find Out What You Really Want And Reclaim Your Life!
Chronic people pleasing is an easy way to not face what needs facing: your dissatisfaction with your life. It's a perfect distraction, as long as you stay focused on others, you don't have to face the pain, emptiness, or disappointment inside.
Attention! Listen UP! You can change that. You can stop living for other people and create a life that pleases YOU.
And it all starts with one question: "What do I really want?"
Contact me HERE so we can start the journey of finding you and what you really want.
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Is a collection of Micah's views regarding men's skills in relationship and their ability to tap into their masculine frame.