Seven (7) Things That Happen When You Are Too Nice.

1. You attract the wrong people.

When you're too nice, you will start to attract people who are needy, overly emotional, or manipulative. They know that you're easy to take advantage of, so they will use your kindness against you.

2. People will view you as a pushover.

If you're always saying yes and never speaking up for yourself, people will start to see you as someone who can be easily exploited. This can lead to people mistreating you or taking you for granted.

3. You will have unrealistically high expectations of others.

When you're too nice, you may start to expect everyone to treat you the same way. But the reality is that not everyone is kind and considerate. If you have unrealistic expectations, you're setting yourself up for disappointment.

4. People will start coming to you only when they need something.

It can be frustrating to feel like people are only using you for your kindness. But this is often the case when you're too nice. People may start to see you as a resource rather than a friend.

5. You will forget to be kind to yourself.

If you're always putting others first, it's easy to neglect your own needs. This can lead to burnout, resentment, and other negative consequences.

6. People will think you’re weak.

Unfortunately, some people view kindness as weakness. They may think that you're easy to bully or that you can't stand up for yourself. This can make it difficult to gain respect and get ahead in life.

7. People will not trust you.

It may seem counterintuitive, but people are actually less likely to trust you if you're too nice. They may wonder why you're being so nice, and conclude you have ulterior motives. This can make it difficult to build meaningful relationships.


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