Are you a nice guy?

Are you a nice guy?

Being kind and loving isn’t enough. To be truly fulfilled, you need to break free of the “nice guy” mindset and embrace your true self by learning to establish healthy boundaries, communicate your needs and pursue your passions. These are the keys to more fulfilling relationships and a more satisfying life. Take this quiz to find out how much of a nice guy you are.

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Do you often put other people’s needs before your own, even if it means sacrificing your own well-being?

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Do you have trouble saying “no” to people, even when you really want to?

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Do you feel like you’re always trying to please others in order to gain their approval or affection?

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Do you avoid confrontation or difficult conversations because you’re afraid of upsetting others?

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Do you often feel resentful towards others for not appreciating your efforts or for taking advantage of you?

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Do you have trouble expressing your own needs and desires in relationships, and instead prioritize your partner’s needs above your own?

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Do you struggle with feelings of guilt or shame when you put yourself first or do something for your own enjoyment?

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Do you feel like you’re always playing a role or putting on a mask to please others or fit in?

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Do you often feel like you’re not living up to your potential or achieving your goals because you’re too busy trying to please others?

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Do you feel like you’re always attracting the wrong kind of people or experiences in your life?

Nice guys believe that just being kind and loving is going to get all their needs met, but they don’t realize that the end result is the opposite. It engenders feelings of resentment and fosters unhealthy behaviors that attract negative experiences and relationships.

Identifying nice guy tendencies is the first step in gaining the tools to help you break free from these patterns and create relationships and life you deserve.

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