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Being polite is one of the most important personality traits that someone can have and it’s rare to find a person who doesn’t want to be surrounded by polite people. But unfortunately, being too nice and polite can cause some problems in the long run. Many people who are too polite may experience the feeling of sadness more often because they put their needs and desires in the background, and their attention is focused on others, neglecting their own person.

Nice people often don’t know how to say no or to stand up for themselves. According to medical experts, too much kindness can be bad for your health, because you can start to feel resentment and overwhelmed, as you try to help everyone and in some cases, people can take advantage of your generosity. That being said, it’s fine to be nice and polite, but don’t choose to be extra. 

Here are some signs that you are actually too polite. Read on for more!

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