8 Signs You Are Too Nice For Your Own Good

Are you constantly putting others before yourself, devoting to them your time, energy, and attention? Do you go out of your way to make sure all their desires are fulfilled, but never once ask for anything in return? We made this video to help you recognize when you or someone you know may be too nice for their own good. Share this video if you find it needs to be watched! Credits Writer: Chloe Avenasa Script Editor: Rida Batool & Kelly Soong VO: Amanda Silvera Storyboarder: Yi Lin Animator: Gabriella YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong We want to say thank you for everyone who has been watching and supporting our channel. Even though we can not reply to everyone, we are grateful that you exist and support our work. You know who you are. Thanks so much. Also, some new plans for 2020 will include live streams of music to help lessen the stress, worries, and anxiety that come with 2020. We will be inviting many guests on this channel and even start a second channel to provide more content around psychology. Email us if you want to be invited: editorial@psych2go.net Transcript: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/Psych2Go

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