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Too nice for your own good? You can stop that right now!
Were you forever being told to 'be nice'? Did you always have to put aside your own frustrations, or hide your real feelings, to 'keep the peace'? Was what you wanted never considered important?
The implicit (and often explicit) message in such experiences is that 'other people matter more than me'. And you had better be nice to them, if you know what's good for you.
But this just isn't fair. Or true.
The sad fate of the nice boys and girls
On the face of it, being nice is a 'good thing'. If our societies are to work and be comfortable to live in, we need to show consideration for others, and be able to put the needs of others ahead of our own. Sometimes. But if we live our lives in such a way that our own needs, our own desires, our own values can never receive the respect they deserve, we will begin to wither.
If you don't stand up for your own right to have your needs met and your values honoured, no one else will. In fact, you will be at risk of becoming the universal doormat. And no one will thank you for it.
The value of being nice
When you actively choose to be nice in a particular situation, as opposed to being nice just because that's what everyone has come to expect of you, the value of your niceness goes up. When you are prepared to say 'no' sometimes, and stand your ground, other people begin to appreciate it much more on those occasions when you say 'yes'.
At the same time, you will notice that their respect for you, and your respect for yourself, also rises. You won't let people just walk all over you. That feels good!
Switch from 'too nice' to 'just as nice as you want to be'
Choosing to stop being Nice Guy or Nice Girl doesn't mean turning hardhearted, mean or selfish. It means that you become a free agent rather than an automaton. You can choose just how nice you want to be - on any occasion. With the emphasis on 'choose'.
Overcome ingrained patterns of over-niceness with hypnosis
If you've spent a good part of your life being too nice, you may find it challenging at first to say no and cut out the excessive sweetness. Stop Being Too Nice can help make the transition easy and natural.
Stop Being Too Nice will get you deeply relaxed and into your most powerful learning state. You'll be able to reprogram your instinctive responses so that you find maintaining clear boundaries just comes naturally to you.
Download Stop Being Too Nice now and set yourself free.
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Stop Being Too Nice
Narrator: Roger Elliott
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