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to accept themselves and start living out loud.

I'm Andrieah.

I support Black women who struggle with people-pleasing and perfectionism to uncover their self-worth, understand their own needs,  and become more assertive.


People pleasers are constantly trying to please everyone, which can be exhausting, especially when you're trying to keep up with all the demands of your job, family, friends, and significant other. You might think that people-pleasers are just doing what they think will make everyone happy—and that's true—but there's another reason why people pleasers do what they do: They're afraid of disappointing the people around them.
This fear comes from a deep belief that if they don't meet certain expectations, then someone might leave them or stop loving them. So, when someone asks them to do something or give something up for them (like time or money), they say yes because they're worried that if they don't do what's being asked of them, then their relationship will suffer or even end.
But in reality? The only thing that happens when you say yes to everything is that life gets harder and harder as you try to please everyone else while sacrificing your own needs along the way. This usually leads to burnout and exhaustion because you're not giving yourself enough time to recharge!  


How are you showing up in your relationships?

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You struggle with saying "No" or advocating for your desires or wants within the relationship.

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You feel guilty for not doing the things they may want you to do. You believe you've messed up the relationship. 

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You try your best to avoid conflict, or ruffle any feathers, for fear of being rejected and alone.

Are you experiencing...

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There are a few reasons why you may become anxious if you were to stop people-pleasing such as being criticized for speaking your mind or no longer being cared for if you go against others. 

There's a real worry that if you show up with all you that you may not get your needs met and once again be disappointed. You've been told to just put yourself first or to stand up for yourself but it's not that simple. 

When you are constantly afraid, and even dread, upsetting others due to wanting to just BE who you are because you overwork in being the perfect friend, employee, family member...It's overwhelming being in a relationship


When anxiety shows up around being able to say no, worrying about setting boundaries, being afraid of conflict, and being concerned about what others may think about you, depression can be seen on the horizon. 

Not being able to be liberated from the high expectations placed upon yourself, the lack of self-care due to being busy, and not being to show up as your true self..without the guilt of needing to do more and be more.

If you're ready to begin to live life from a place of confidence and with self-interest, book your consultation call to get started.

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Are you ready to step into more?


You want to have the strength to ask for what you want


You want to be aligned with your own feelings and opinions.


You want to express your feelings and desires without the guilt.


You want to value yourself and know that you matter.

If you said "yes" to any of these, schedule your consultation by clicking "I'm Ready!"


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