The Netflix documentary American Murder: The Family Next Door perfectly demonstrates the darkness and rage that lies in the heart of every people-pleasing Nice Guy. Let’s talk about how to manage anger more safely.
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In the book No More Mr Nice Guy by Dr Robert Glover, we learn that Nice Guy Syndrome might look OK on the surface but actually hides a deep level of rage, resentment and bitterns underneath.
The father in American Murder: The Family Next Door is – in my opinion – the perfect example of what a repressed Nice Guy can do when he finally snaps under the pressure of trying to people-please and make everyone happy all the time.
In this video, I give Nice Guys some confrontation advice to ensure that they stop people pleasing and instead start focusing more on responsibility for their feelings, and honesty about their thoughts.
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