(video) there’s just no please some people

Ever notice that when you do something to try to please someone else… it BACKFIRES on you? (Ugh!)

It may seem like it’s just happening TO you, but in today’s video, I’m teaching you how this is actually a predictable dynamic and what you can do to put a STOP to it!

Click below to watch today’s video.

This difference between GIVING and PLEASING is not only impacting your love relationship, it’s impacting ALL your relationships!

Watch today’s video, post a comment and share it!

Sending love,

Stacey

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  • Rosalie Gasperino

    Thanks for the video Stacey! I’ve been motivated by pleasing my kids pretty frequently recently, and it totally does result in resentment and anger. I’m going to keep an eye on it today and try to only give what I can really give out of love!

  • Allison Jablonko

    So timely! Actually, a little late, but better late than never: For the first 3 months of the year I was working on a joint project with a younger person and I joyously made myself available at times convenient to both of us and put in a lot of my own energy and thoughts. Over time, I noticed that he tended more and more to ignore my input. I said nothing about it. Then we moved to different parts of the country and have only been in occasional contact. I have felt SO RELIEVED! Your little video lesson alerts me to the fact that I am feeling resentful. Or is it just disappointed? Does “giving” mean that you accept back ANY response, whatever it is?

    • Wonderful take away Allison! Giving means you are happy to give what you are giving…. and need nothing in particular from anyone. We will cover this in-depth at this year’s Relationship Breakthrough Retreat on Day Two! Can’t wait to see you there!

  • Elisa Rasmussen

    Oh, this is the story of my life! I try to please everyone, and then I end up feeling frustrated, resentful, taken for granted, and inauthentic. But I feel mean and selfish if I say no. I need to spend more time looking at this, and at my motivations. Thanks for the wake-up.