How Practising Self-Care and Shifting the Focus Can Help When Coaching People-Pleasers
People-Pleasers are nice, helpful, they never say “no.” You can always count on them to help because they spend most of their time doing things for others. Although it may sound like a good thing, it often translates into an unhealthy pattern of behaviors. Self-care is crucial. It means making a priority of our physical and emotional needs. Self-care is the birthplace of self-esteem and self-affirmation. This article by Emeline Roissetter from the U.A.E. shows the importance of recognizing people-pleasers and their behaviors in understanding how self-care, as your main focus, serves your client.