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5 Tips on How to Stop Being a People-Pleaser

People pleasers want to make everyone happy and will usually do everything someone asks of them, and according to Susan Newman, Ph.D., a social psychologist from New Jersey, they have the habit of saying ‘Yes’ because they feel the need to be needed and contribute to others’ lives. They also tend to be scared about how people will react or …

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Burnout Syndrome: The Modern Day Plague

Today, burnout syndrome is often given the characteristics of exhaustion, depersonalization and performing duties without any satisfaction. Burnout is thought to appear in people who unsuccessfully deal with chronic stress, most commonly in a work environment. This syndrome has been studied since the 70’s, but no clear definition has been given since. Generally, the term represents the physical and mental …

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