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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'...
I've been asked, "What's up with feeling anxious (...frustrated ...empty ...exhausted)? How come no matter how hard I try, it's never enough? Is it possible to feel better about what I do, and have more time to enjoy doing what I love?"
"Can you help me fix this?"
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Although some might think all your giving is 'Saintly', they aren't aware of how hard you work, how tired you are or that 'pleasing' can be PAINFUL.
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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