Stop People Pleasing Now With Cherlyn Decker – 159
Do other people’s opinions affect how you feel about yourself? Often find yourself trying to please others, hoping they will see you as you want to be seen? If so, you’ll appreciate this episode.
Darlene Brock and Julie Bender interview Cherlyn Decker—a speaker, writer, and coach who has helped hundreds of women turn their struggles into a source of strength. They discuss everyday battles many women face: people pleasing, mom guilt, and obsessing over what others think of them. Cheryln shares practical tools that can help you turn from these harmful habits, encouraging you to look back on past life experiences for how they “stack” on each other to help you build your confidence.
Cherlyn Decker is a speaker, writer, and coach who has helped hundreds of women turn their struggles into a source of strength. Cherlyn believes that it’s only when we face our challenges that we can take back control and triumph over them. When Cherlyn isn’t busy helping women, she loves spending time with her husband and two beautiful daughters at their home near Denver. Most weekends she can be found loudly cheering at her daughter’s volleyball game or curled up on the couch with a blanket, a book, and a cup of tea.
Learn more about her on her site, or follow her on Instagram and Twitter! You can get her book ROAR Back: Transforming Struggle Into Strength here.
Cherlyn suggested the app/tool “AnyList.” Check it out here!
Viewing in an app? Full show notes here!
Articles We Mentioned or Know You’ll Love
Now Is the Time to Ignite Your Confidence
Ask Dr. Zoe – How Do I Stop Being a People-Pleaser
To the Working Mom Struggling With Guilt
Quote of the Episode:
“A strong woman won’t be held back by people-pleasing.” – Cheryln Decker
Check out these episodes we mentioned: Stop the Mommy Wars: Every Mom is Doing Something Right – 017 and To the Working Mom: Stop Feeling Guilty – 034
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