Is it ok to be a people pleaser?

people pleaser

Are you a people pleaser, or do you know one?

I was recently talking to a friend about her relationship with her husband.

She said she knows how to keep him sweet.

She praises him (even when she’s angry), and she doesn’t ask him to help her in the house because she knows that upsets him.  When he does things that she does not agree with she keeps her mouth shut.  She does not want to rock the boat by  upsetting him.  I asked her why?  What stops her from being honest and this is what she told me.

“I want a quiet life.   I let things go because I cannot stand the hassle of an argument or a miserable face in front of me.”

So is she a people pleaser or is she pleasing herself?

Is there something more sinister happening?

Can you be happy in a relationship where you are not able to communicate honestly for fear of a backlash?

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