Are You a People Pleaser?

Some people are so focused on pleasing others that they sacrifice their own needs.

May I Serve as Your Doormat?

By Elizabeth Svoboda

Field guide to the people-pleaser.

Stopping the People-Pleasing Habit

By Susan Newman Ph.D.

How to change your "yeses" to NO and reclaim your time...and life.

How Assertive Should You Be?

By Peg Streep

The answers will surprise you.

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