Kris people pleasing

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Alissa Boyer | Highly Sensitive Person Mentor 🌸 on Instagram: "Repeat after me: I can SURVIVE the discomfort of being disliked.

📣📣📣 I can SURVIVE the discomfort of being disliked.

^^ I remember hearing that phrase years ago and as a recovering people-pleaser, it was lifechanging for me.

I was your chronic over-apologizer.

I remember working in the corporate world and someone was standing in front of my desk talking.

I waited & waited & finally said, “Sorry, this is my desk. Can I get through please?”

“Why are YOU sorry?! I was the one standing in your way!”They’d asked me, genuinely. 

My people-pleasing nature made me come across as timid and insecure and unsure of myself. 

It didn’t portray me in the light I WANTED to be seen in, which was confident, self-assured, and well-spo Nature, Being Disliked, Speak Up For Yourself, Fear Of Abandonment, Mad At You, Being Authentic, Learn To Love Yourself, Repeat After Me, People Pleasing
Alissa Boyer | Highly Sensitive Person Mentor 🌸 on Instagram: "Repeat after me: I can SURVIVE the discomfort of being disliked. 📣📣📣 I can SURVIVE the discomfort of being disliked. ^^ I remember hearing that phrase years ago and as a recovering people-pleaser, it was lifechanging for me. I was your chronic over-apologizer. I remember working in the corporate world and someone was standing in front of my desk talking. I waited & waited & finally said, “Sorry, this is my desk. Can I get through please?” “Why are YOU sorry?! I was the one standing in your way!”They’d asked me, genuinely. My people-pleasing nature made me come across as timid and insecure and unsure of myself. It didn’t portray me in the light I WANTED to be seen in, which was confident, self-assured, and well-spo
741K views · 50K likes | Dr. Nicole LePera on Instagram: "BOOKMARK THIS AFFIRMATION IF YOU’RE A RECOVERING PEOPLE PLEASER:

“I am loved and valued even when I disappoint people. It’s ok for me to say no. I respect myself when I honor my own limits and boundaries”" Recovering People Pleaser, Respect Myself, Dr Nicole Lepera, Nicole Lepera, I Am Loved, People Pleaser, Tell The Truth, Re A
741K views · 50K likes | Dr. Nicole LePera on Instagram: "BOOKMARK THIS AFFIRMATION IF YOU’RE A RECOVERING PEOPLE PLEASER: “I am loved and valued even when I disappoint people. It’s ok for me to say no. I respect myself when I honor my own limits and boundaries”"
Dr. Nicole LePera on Instagram: "If you want to find like minded people and amazing workshops (this month we have a live workshop from the founder of somatic therapy, @drpeteralevine)— @selfhealers.circle is opening for enrollment MAY 1ST.

I only open this 3 times per year and spaces do sell out.

Comment “WAITLIST” then check your DM to secure your spot #selfhealers" Mindfulness, Somatic Therapy, Like Minded People, May 1st, Sell Out, May 1
Dr. Nicole LePera on Instagram: "If you want to find like minded people and amazing workshops (this month we have a live workshop from the founder of somatic therapy, @drpeteralevine)— @selfhealers.circle is opening for enrollment MAY 1ST. I only open this 3 times per year and spaces do sell out. Comment “WAITLIST” then check your DM to secure your spot #selfhealers"
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Dr. Nicole LePera on Instagram: "The other day on tiktok I saw a video of a 4 year old girl eating her lunch. Her mom said “can I have a sip of your drink?” She looked at her mom right in the eyes and said a clear: NO. Then, she went right back to eating her food. Her mother said: ok. She didn’t pressure her. She didn’t make her wrong for having a natural desire to have her own drink. She didn’t say “nice girls share.” Because the most important person in her world, her mother, respected her no