My Childhood Trauma Made Me A People Pleaser – Nancy Isime Nancy Isime

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Famous Nollywood actress and media personality,  has revealed that some traumas she went through as a child influenced her to become a people pleaser at some point in her life.

 

During a chat with Lilian Afegbai, the outspoken entertainer revealed that she did everything as a child to get love and attention but could not get it. She added that due to this, she put in her all even when she knew it breaking her just to get people to like her.

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“I don’t force myself on anybody. I used to be a people pleaser but that came from childhood trauma. It came from childhood trauma where you’ll be looking for attention as a child and you didn’t get it…When you get older, you start waning people to like you. So even if it’s breaking you, even if you know that this person doesn’t like you and has said shit about you, you think maybe they can change their minds”, she said.

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A couple of weeks ago, Nancy Isime advised Nigerian women who crave to be successful in life to add the tag ‘ashawo’ to themselves as it will automatically be added to them when they make it.

 

“If you are a Nigerian woman with plans to be successful. Please add these names to your plans so it doesn’t surprise you when it happens. ‘Ashawo, Olosho’. Especially if you decide to be an actress it’s an automatic naming ceremony if you like be virgin!😅 “

Source: Vimbuzz.com
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