If you continually do that, you’re likely to feel trapped and resentful.
This is Part 2 of a 2-Part series – Always Say What You Want.
As stated in Part 1 – 5 Reasons You’re Not Asking For What You Want , most of us have been trained to satisfy other people’s needs, to make a good impression – so much so that when an opportunity arrives for you to choose what you want, you forget to exercise that choice.
Eventually You Feel Cheated, Always Putting Your Dreams Last
When you constantly put your needs at the back of the line, life becomes a drag and you become emotionally depleted.
Deep within you, there will be stirrings of frustration, disappointment and boredom, and over time these feelings make themselves known and move to the surface.
When they do, you’re likely to develop a mild depression and perhaps feel confused – because until now you were happy with the way things were.
Some people develop dis-eases.
Putting others first is a classic way to create illness for ourselves.