Anxious to Please Revolutionary Practices for the Chronically Nice Do you or does someone you know Apologize frequently or for things you are not responsible for Get preoccupied with what other people think of you Become unhappy when your partner isn t happy Feel wor

  • Title: Anxious to Please: 7 Revolutionary Practices for the Chronically Nice
  • Author: James Rapson Craig English
  • ISBN: 9781402206528
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • Do you or does someone you know Apologize frequently or for things you are not responsible for Get preoccupied with what other people think of you Become unhappy when your partner isn t happy Feel worried or fretful so often it seems normal Often not know what you want Constantly second guess yourself Chronic Niceness affects multitudes, causing severe anDo you or does someone you know Apologize frequently or for things you are not responsible for Get preoccupied with what other people think of you Become unhappy when your partner isn t happy Feel worried or fretful so often it seems normal Often not know what you want Constantly second guess yourself Chronic Niceness affects multitudes, causing severe anxiety and depression, crippling self esteem, and undermining and destroying relationships Anxious to Please reveals the primary psychological cause of Chronic Niceness Anxious Attachment Anxious Attachment drives the Nice Person to accommodate, acquiesce and avoid conflict Nice People take what they re given rather than asking for what they want, often sacrificing relationship, careers and their own integrity Anxious to Please presents seven powerful practices designed to bring about resilient self esteem a happier and calmer emotional life a reality based optimism for the future fulfilling sex and satisfying relationships.

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    1. First impression about the narration style was that is purely American, addressed to a certain type of readers, it seemed a bit puerile and meant to convince –like a commercial. Later on I got used to it; I don’t enjoy the undertone of the text. The interest in the book, I thought is fired up artificially in the first chapter – repetitions, marketing expressions, promises of how the reader’s life will change dramatically, etc; going forward with the reading I came to ignore it – I noti [...]

    2. This book was difficult to get through because it covered basics that I've read about in much greater technical detail before. Having said that, it is a good book, with helpful insights and suggestions.

    3. “Anxious to Please: 7 Revolutionary Practices for the Chronically Nice” by James Rapson, Craig EnglishXIOUS TO PLEASE is a very insightful and informative book. Essential for anyone seeking to break life-long patterns of dysfunction.Intro: An Epidemic of Nice PeopleNice people over-function, over-adapt, over-apologize. They navigate their world by accommodating and acquiescing – by trying to please. When things aren't working, they try harder – and most of the time, they're trying harder [...]

    4. Толковей по этой теме книжка «Хватит быть славным парнем». Здесь как-то маловато практики, часто скачет мысль, полкнижки анонсируют, как вот-вот-мы-вам-кой-чо-расскажем, а потом не особенно рассказывают.

    5. I am so glad I came across this little book while Christmas shopping at Barnes & Nobles. It really opened my eyes to a lot of things in my life. It was “spot on.” I am definitely a “Nice Person,” i.e. too nice. I am constantly sacrificing my own needs and wants to please others, then complimenting myself in my head for my martyrdom. Heck, I even get bossed around by myself! I never realized how this behavior has affected every single area of my life. In fact, I think it’s been enco [...]

    6. Книга затянута, кажется приводятся интересные кейсы, но все же полезного не так много - особенно в разборе ситуаций. Слишком много примеров и обсуждений о том как работать паре. Не хватает главы о том, что делать если друг или партнер является таким славным парнем.Выдержки:П [...]

    7. I might've sworn off any self-help books for a while after the disasterpiece that was You Were not Born to Suffer, but the free preview for Anxious to Please on Play Books absolutely sold me. "Hey," I thought, "all of this sounds like me, kind of!" So I forked out the 15 quid and happily read away.The book starts off convincing enough: here's is what a Nice Guy/Girl tends to act like, and this is why. The problem is that the meat of the thing - the 7 practices - are hardly "revolutionary" on the [...]

    8. The first part is a good introduction into attachment theory. If you can't understand why you seem to cling to lovers, unable to stand up for what you want and end up famished in a relationship where you give up so much, it helps understand where that comes from.The second part is about the 7 practices to start healing and that is an absolute must-read. No matter what your issues are, some of those practices will help. It's very hands on and practical, goes over "how to", difficulties etc. Aware [...]

    9. Psychology applicable to stances resulting from a range of origins. Tells a lot about the causes, characteristics, and ways tox unhealthy way of relating to people. I'd recommend it. It definitely applies to me right now.

    10. If you know someone who suffers from anxiety or you yourself suffer from it, this is a good read to explain why. People who suffer from this anxiety are what he calls "too nice" - they don't believe they can be loved or deserved to be loved and they often live a life of quiet desperation searching for the love they somehow missed out on as children and may have been made worse by relationships with partners or people they are dating. They don't choose to obsess about what others are thinking, th [...]

    11. Книга отвратительная. Если верить содержанию книги, все вокруг больны и нуждаются в срочном лечении своих психологических расстройств. Явно это не сказано, но под характеристики "славных людей" подпадают все кроме людей-нарциссов. Если быть откровенным, я повелся на милую [...]

    12. This is a book which from the very first lines strikes you as an obviously self-help book, with the purpose to guide you in some sort of transformational journey. From this point of view, the book is doing quite a good job: it has an easy to follow style, the language is simple, almost simplistic, and repetitive, serving once again the purpose of being perceived as a friendly and easy to relate to guidance. It is also organised is well structured chapters/steps, so that you can keep track of you [...]

    13. I picked up this book while perusing at Barnes and Noble, and I found the questions on the back surprisingly very relevant to me. Particularly, "Apologize frequently for things you are not responsible for?" and "Get preoccupied with what other people think of you?" This book develops the problem of being a "Nice Person", illustrates where the problem originates from, and then gives a series of practices that can be used to overcome it. I think everyone has a bit of a Nice Person in them and that [...]

    14. ​Книга представляет собой пошаговую инструкцию по трансформации личности из состояния "славного" или "хронически тревожного" человека в состояние "трансформирующегося". Оговаривается, что трансформация это длительный процесс, в ходе которого менять придется, возможно, в [...]

    15. This book seems to be better than other books I have read on the subject (so far). The book discusses the origins of Anxious Attachment Disorder as well as its effects on peoples lives and how to treat it, while I whole heartedly agree with the treatment methods, sometimes I feel like the origins is explained to us as if we were totally victims of everything else around us, which is kind of disempowering since it leaves a cold determinism to explain the origins of this disorder, nonetheless I di [...]

    16. The couples therapist I was recently seeing recommended I listen to this book in my car. As I'm the sort of person who does what my therapist says, at least early on in the relationship, I did it; listened to this book. I had never listened to a book in my car before. My takeaway is: when you're listening to a book, it matters who is reading.The voice actor (I have no idea the term) verily sneered every time she pronounced the word "nice." The word "nice" appears roughly two gazillion times in t [...]

    17. Эту книгу я открыла для себя в нужном месте и в нужное время. Начинала ее читать несколько раз, сначала в интернете, потом в PDF, затем, наконец, купила ее. Пока изучила теоретически, но, как авторы сами пишут, книга должна стать настольной и перечитанной до дыр, а затем быть заб [...]

    18. I didn't even finish this book because I can't stand how it's written. It completely generalizes on everything and made it seem like nice people can only come from one type of background. That all nice people are the same. It also seems to be stuck in the past where men are the sole providers of the family and the women stay home all the time which is certainly not the case in this day and age.

    19. I'm learning a lot about myself and why I act certain ways! I hope to be able to use the steps in this book to retrain myself to be less anxious and less chronically nice. Who knew that being nice isn't always 'nice'?

    20. There has been some criticism of self-help books, but they are what you make them. Take what you need from them. But, as should be with everything, they are not a "one-fits-all" solution.Anxious to Please is very helpful and insightful. It can hit close to home and open awareness.

    21. Very good book for me to read. It explained a lot to me about my life, and it helped me to understand myself better.

    22. This book described me perfectly. I'd been a chronically nice person my whole life, now I'm finally learning not being nice all the time is OK, and much healthier.

    23. Really opened my eyes to how I was and made me more aware of my " nice girl" Helped my myself and my relationship!

    24. As ever, what you get out of it depends on what you put into it. I think there is more allegory than practicality, but the scenarios are very explanatory.

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