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The People-Pleaser’s Guide to Pleas­ing People

If you want to get bet­ter at pleas­ing people, check out these people-pleas­ing tips and learn how to get the most least out of your life.

#1 Always seem happy with everything

The Faces of a People-PleaserNev­er show neg­at­ive emo­tions. Make sure there’s always a smile on your face. This will make people feel good, as if you’re totally fine with everything all the time. They’ll love being around you even if they some­times feel really uncom­fort­able.



#2 Nev­er end a phone call

Pleasing people: Never end a phone call

When talk­ing on the phone, nev­er be the first to say you have to go. Wait for the oth­er per­son to say she has to go before say­ing good­bye. This gets tricky with tele­marketers some­times, but remem­ber, you need them to like you, too.


#3 Nev­er say what you want

People-pleasers: Never say what you want to doIf someone asks you what you want to do, ask him what he wants to do. Nev­er be the first to offer up a sug­ges­tion. This way you avoid dis­agree­ing with any­one as well as any real enjoy­ment in your life.


#4 Offer to do things you don’t want to do

Offer to do things you don't want to doIf there’s some­thing you know your friend would like, offer to do it for him, even if you have no inten­tion of doing it or don’t even know how to do it. Ulti­mately, this will piss him off, but in the moment it will feel like you really made him happy.


#5 Get so used to going along with oth­er people that you don’t even know who you are any­more

Pleasing people: Go along with the burritosAlways go along with the group even if the group wants to do some­thing you hate. Get so used to say­ing yes to everything that you for­get your own likes and dis­likes. Your suf­fer­ing is the key to fit­ting in any­where you want to go.



#6 Don’t ask for any­thing

People-pleasing: Don't ask for anythingNev­er come right out and ask any­one for any­thing. Always give them sev­er­al ways of say­ing no, if you even end up ask­ing them at all. People will appre­ci­ate how much you don’t need any­one and you’re fine being all by your­self and God why are you so alone.


#7 Always leave without say­ing good­bye

leave without saying goodbyeThe Irish exit is your friend. It means you don’t have to admit to any­one that you don’t really want to be there any­more. The last they’ll remem­ber of you is what a great time you were hav­ing, and none will be the wiser.

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