[Short] Why People Pleasers get nervous in group conversations

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One of the reasons that People Pleasers tend to get more nervous and find it more difficult to talk when they’re in a group environment is simply because there’s too many people to manipulate. See, Nice Guy Syndrome is all about controlling the other person’s emotions. If you got a lot of people in the room, that’s a lot of people you have to adjust to. It’s just too difficult. If you really want to overcome this fear, you have to learn to let go of controlling people and just allow them to judge you.

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