People-pleasing refers to the tendency to put others’ needs and desires above one’s own, often at the expense of one’s own well-being. This can manifest in a variety of ways, such as constantly agreeing with others, sacrificing one’s own needs and desires, and avoiding conflict or disagreement. People-pleasers often have a strong need for approval and validation from others, and may feel anxious or insecure when they are unable to meet others’ expectations.

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