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  1. August 9, 2016
    Megan says

    This article is amazing and that is me! I’ve been trying to work on not being the “yes Girl” and so I love these tips!

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    1. August 10, 2016
      Danielle Johns says

      Great tips! Love the idea of asking yourself “Would I want to do this right now?”. Definitely making a mental note! Thanks for opening up and sharing!

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  2. August 10, 2016

    This post speaks to me so much! I’ve been feeling super overwhelmed trying to do what I want and I’ve realized it’s because I’ve been saying yes to a lot of things I DON’T want.

    It’s hard to find the right balance but it’s super important.

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  3. August 13, 2016

    What a fantastic post. I’m a compulsive sorry-er as well. I agree that it loses its meaning if you use it too much. I need to do the same as you!!
    Thanks for sharing. xx

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  5. August 14, 2016

    This is something that I feel like I’ve been pushed down under by, all my life. I might even do a post on it sometime in the future. I felt like I was living to impress other people, and to show THEM who I was… But I didn’t even know who I WAS. And I still don’t, haha! At the beginning of the new school year, I used to give it a fresh start to please other people, but this year, I plan on pleasing myself and making the absolute fricken most of everything. Thank you, Amanda, for inspiring me :) xx

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  6. August 14, 2016

    […] want to be spending time with. Amanda from Advice from a Twenty Something‘s recent post on 3 Ways to Stop People Pleasing post was a great reminder that saying “no” sometimes doesn’t make you a mean […]

  7. August 22, 2016

    Using sorry all the time makes moments when we are actually sorry seem just so much less… meaningful, I guess.

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  8. August 30, 2016

    I love love this post and I can relate with completely. I’ve gotten better but sometimes I still suffer from wanting everyone to like me and I find it hard to say no because I want to be nice everyone.
    Thank you for all these tips, especially the first one! xx

    cocobellablog.com

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  9. August 30, 2016
    Denise says

    Thanks for this article! It is great advice. I’ve annoyed myself on how many times I’ve said “I’m sorry” at work for no reason.

    https://activehabitat.blogspot.com

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  10. September 6, 2016
    Renaud says

    I’m that kind of person, always considering what the others might think, always wanting to please. I should definitely follow your tips, and particularly setting priorities. I really should put myself before others from time to time.

    Thanks for the tips!

    xx

    Renaud | xxmuchlove.blogspot.com

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  11. February 23, 2017

    This is so true and good read! With becoming more busy, I realized that life (and happiness) is a question of choice and priorities. Saying no can sometimes make you feel much more releived ;)

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  12. April 24, 2017

    […] an admitted people-pleaser, I’ve tried hard to get on the good side of every boss I’ve worked for. Being the team […]

  13. July 27, 2017

    Hey, Chelsea. Interesting and insightful article. should taking people’s advice every time they give it to you at they own will be regarded as “people pleasing”? Because it appears that it ends up shaping you as a person and resulting in a lack of confidence, even in making the most simple life choices. I wrote about this here http://www.francisbaloyi.co.za/?p=148

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