Nice people want to be liked by everyone. They always afraid of offending so they accommodate other people above themselves and adapt their behaviour to suit what they think other people want. Nice people are people-pleasers but they feel compromised and hard done-by a lot of the time. They find it almost impossible to ask for what they want. They expect other people to be as considerate as they are, and think life isn't fair when this doesn't happen. Some nice people live with inner rage, while outside a nice smile is perpetually glued in place. Being too nice can seriously affect your health, wealth and happiness. "The Nice Factor" shows you how to stand up for yourself and put your own needs first. Whether at home, work or play, this groundbreaking book will put you back in control of your life.