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Is it programmed in our DNA to be people-pleasers?


 

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    Gina Welds Hulse (Gina Welds-Hulse) 14 months ago

    I believe that we are born with the desire to be loved and nurtured. As a baby we want to be held and cared for. As we grow older is it there because of DNA or choice, taking into account that our cells change frequently..different people from birth

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    Gina Welds Hulse (Gina Welds-Hulse) 14 months ago

    Yes, the question of nature versus nurture does come into play here. I did not think about that.

    I was listening to a radio program yesterday, and the question popped into mind as to whether we were born wanting to please, or do we become so.

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    Gina Welds Hulse (Gina Welds-Hulse) 14 months ago

    According to science our DNA constantly changes. Our cells change many times over our life time. Hence...is it DNA or choice?

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    Gina Welds Hulse (Gina Welds-Hulse) 14 months ago

    This definitely needs some development...interesting thought. Yes, as a social species, we need people. However, how much of ourselves do we lose if we constantly "please people?" Where do we draw the line but still avoid "genetic death."