There Is A "People-Pleaser" Type Of Personality, And Its Roots May Lie In Childhood Emotional Traumas
Who are people-pleasers? The so-called fawning type of people isn’t that rare. We can meet them anywhere – at work, in romantic relationships, in a circle of friends. They adjust to our own emotional state like a chameleon, expressing kindness, understanding, and compliance, and trying to satisfy our needs and expectations.
They never protect their own boundaries or opinions. In fact, it seems like they don’t have any. They are professionals in accommodation, putting the interests of others before their own, avoiding confrontation and not speaking up their mind.