By Bea Escario on
As the basic definition of people pleasers is that they seek validation, want everyone around them to be happy, and will do everything and whatever it takes to keep it that way.
People pleasers will go out of their way to please someone, even if it means that they have to use their own time or resources because, as to some psychologists, people pleasers often act out because of their insecurities and lack of self-esteem or possible perfectionists.
Unfortunately, it is somewhat of an addiction to some people because they seek constant validation just to make themselves feel that they’re needed and useful.
But we’ve got you covered, and we’re here to help you start saying “no” to others and saying “yes” to yourself.
Here are 5 ways to stop pleasing people: