Are You A People Pleaser?

Your Quiz Result Is…

Chronic People Pleaser

People pleasing is all you know because feeling, thinking and being this way has become your identity. In rarely saying no or expressing limits, needs, desires, expectations, feelings and opinions, you experience the toll on your well-being and relationships. 

You likely believe you’re not ‘good enough’ or worry about being ‘bad’ or ‘selfish’. The focus is on pleasing and taking care of others or protecting yourself from criticism, conflict, etc., so you have little or no sense of who you are and what does and doesn’t work for you. In turn, your relationships are very codependent and tend to be painful, imbalanced or frustrating.

As you people-please all the time, your unmet needs and not prioritising you mean that you’re very hard on yourself and don’t feel as if you can break out of expected roles or away from the past. It’s a matter of when, not if, you’re going to reach crisis point.

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“Who knew saying no could be so much FUN.”

Emma Gannon, Broadcaster and bestselling author of Olive, The Multi-Hyphen Method, and Disconnected.

The Joy of Saying No by Natalie Lue book cover. Subtitle: A simple plan to stop people pleasing, reclaim boundaries, and say yes to the life you want.