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Welcome Natural Givers & Pleasers!
Does being overly generous come at a huge cost to you everyday?
What I hear most often is that...
- Life keeps going in circles and no matter how much work you do, you just can't seem to get ahead.
- Often, it feels like you just have to give-up, give-in or go along to keep the peace.
- Relationships are challenging and you have no idea what you're doing wrong.
- You'd like to know how and where to draw the line, without feeling guilty.
- Being a 'pleaser' means it's tough to know - if, how or when to say 'NO'...
"Can you help me fix this?"
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So, it's really not unusual if you:
- want off the Merry-Go-Round
- start to feel guilty or selfish when you stop or pull back
- wonder if you're doing 'enough' or worry about getting things 'right'
- avoid getting shattered when inner or outer voices criticize what you do
And, you'd rather be:
- recognized for who you are
- connected, accepted and sincerely appreciated
- have others take care of you, like you take care of them
- feeling good on purpose and doing more of what you love
... because you're ready for something different.
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"My thoughts and emotions were more scrambled than scrambled eggs. I felt guilty for the part I played in all of my fixing & over-giving. My obsession with the narcissistic-Ex left me feeling like a sham in front of my friends. Some days, it felt like I was a walking, talking empty shell, faking a pretence normality."
"Little by little I'm moving on the right path, seeing life get better. Thank you so much for guiding me." ~Margie
Ok, I know it would feel better if you
So now, just imagine
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There's no use climbing a ladder, unless it's pointed at the right wall. ~L.LaPointe