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149-Ask Me: People Pleasing: How to Stop Being a People-Pleaser: How to Stop Being a People-Pleaser Are you a people-pleaser? Where did that come from? How did you become one? These are the questions you have to ask yourself to be able to know how to stop being a people-pleaser. But, what is a people-pleaser? A...

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How to Stop Being a People-Pleaser Are you a people-pleaser? Where did that come from? How did you become one? These are the questions you have to ask yourself to be able to know how to stop being a people-pleaser. But, what is a people-pleaser? A people-pleaser is one of the nicest and most helpful people you know. They never say “no.” You can always count on them for a favor. In fact, they spend a great deal of time doing things for other people. They get their work done, help others with their work, make all the plans, and are always there for family members and friends. That’s the mother who says “I don’t have time to implement this change in my life because I have to take their activities and competition on the weekend. It’s just doesn’t fit in my schedule. So far this sounds like a good thing. Right? Unfortunately, it can be an extremely unhealthy pattern of behavior. It leads to shying away from expressing themselves, and ultimately, not taking care of themselves... If this is you, and you want to stop focusing on others and making you a priority without feeling guilty. You gotta listen to this episode. Visit https://www.stephaniedodier.com/podcast-episodes/ for complete show notes of every podcast episode In this episode I discuss  What is people-pleasing? What does a people-pleaser look like? The origin of people-pleasing of an individual and why it’s so critical to healing it The side effects of people-pleasing to you  The 5-Step solution on how to stop being a people-pleaser Remind yourself that most other human beings can cope with opposition, emotions, and viewpoint. Realize what people-pleasing is costing you and others Work on your self-confidence.  Realize that avoiding problems is just another form of self-sabotage.  Work on self-acceptance. Last episode was a case study on Carol's, the recipient of the last term's Going Beyond the Food Academy scholarship. journey beyond the food and how it resolved her food issues. She answered questions on how the Beyond the Food Method has changed her perspective on food and how it impacted her life in general including her relationships to others and, most importantly, to herself. She also shared the top 5 things she learned in the Going Beyond the Food Academy that were pivotal to her mindset shift and transformation. Take a listen to this insightful interview and understand the power of investing in yourself and taking action to create meaningful transformation toward your goal and improve your quality of life. Click here.  Leave me a review, if you enjoy the show and would love to encourage and support my work, leave me an honest review using this link, click here. For a podcaster like me, reviews are like a fuel... and I would appreciate hearing from you more than I could possibly say!  Here's a quick tutorial on How to leave a review.      Links mentioned in the episode: Register for the Going Beyond the Food Academy Get started with the Audio Training: How to Change Any Eating Habits Article about making more time Article to help with family not collaborating   Submit a question for the next episode If you want to submit a question for Stephanie's next episode, click here and join our free and private community.   Reach Stephanie  Website Facebook Instagram YouTube Email   ***For your information - some links above may be my affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you click on it and make a purchase. Doing so is no additional cost to you, but helps me tremendously. Your support is SO greatly appreciated, so thank you in advance if you choose to do so***  

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