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Today we are going to talk about why it seems to be so much easier for us to care about other people rather than caring about ourselves. I hear it from you all the time that you can be so kind and compassionate to your friends and family, but when it comes to your own issues you don’t have any patience or care. I honestly wondered about this myself, so I did some research, talked to some of my colleagues and I came up with 5 reasons that we could find it easier to care for others rather than ourselves. Number one is people-pleasing. And trust me when I say I totally understand this part. As a struggling people-pleaser myself, I know how much we want others to like us and to make them happy. We can put their needs before our own, and right there I can see how this could lead to us caring more for them and their wellbeing. Not to mention that when we are people pleasers we can struggle with boundaries…

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Title: Why Do I Care For Others & Not Myself?
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