The Disease to Please by Harriet Braiker
The Disease to Please Harriet Braiker ebook
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
A simple Curing the Disease to Please is one step in a 6-step formula I created along with yoga psychologist Ashley Turner. Do you often defer to the wishes, desires, and wants of family and friends? Let's just say I found a few tidbits in there for myself and for others I knew. Does your need to please and your lack of self-worth make it difficult to state what you need and what you want? The disease to please is a common one, and nobody is immune. Many of us are taught early on that the needs of others should always come before our own, and we bend ourselves into pretzels accordingly. Are you a future bride that has the “disease to please?” Are you struggling with which type of wedding you should have? I hear many women voice they battle overcoming the need to please….or we can also call it the “disease to please”. I took this on from a very early age. Are you pulled in various directions from your future husband, friends and/or family? Not just nice people who go overboard trying to make everyone happy. One thing I have become very aware of lately is the fact that my empath ability has created something else. If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you, my dear, have the disease to please. Braiker's first book (that I read) was The Type E Woman (for the woman who tries to be everything to everyone). Kennedy was not a self-made man, Cari Beauchamp documents in her 2009 book "Joseph P.