Are You A Pleaser?
Do you ever find yourself giving more of your time or energy than you can really afford? Have you ever said yes to something when you wish you'd said no? It's great to help others but when it is at the extent of your own time or mental health, you may need to consider whether you've crossed the line to become a pleaser.
You might be a people pleaser if you often put yourself out to do things for others that cause you inconvenience or suffering in your own life, or if you compromise your own truth to please another. If you notice that you're feeling resentful or are frustrated by the things you've offered or agreed to do for others, maybe it's time to reassess how you allocate your time, and consider learning to say no.
How To Stop Being A Pleaser
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Morgan found yoga 15 years ago as a way to recover from anorexia. It has carried her through her PhD, raising twin girls and in a move towards her passion she chose to pursue full time yoga teaching in 2012. Since then she has led several yoga retreats, co-owned a yoga studio (Yoga-on-Tay) and helped to develop a 'yoga for amputees' program along with Finding Your Feet (FYF) Charity. When she is not yoga-ing, or parenting Morgan competes for Scotland in ultra distance running and cross country. Morgan believes that yoga is for everyone.