New full length video out today:
While people pleasing is often (but not always) a symptom of Nice Guy Syndrome, it’s worth noting that People Pleasing Syndrome – or sociotrophy – is a condition all on its own.
Defined by obsession with making people happy, and sacrificing all other areas of life to keep your relationships comfortable, People Pleasing Syndrome is possibly one of the most common and yet least recognised mental illnesses on the planet.
In this video, I explore what it means to be a people pleaser in terms of psychology and behavioural traits, and how this both complements and differs from Nice Guy Syndrome. Most importantly, I look at some basic behaviour changes that can help you recover and become more self-confident and secure in your relationships.
Watch the full video here: