It’s good to want to do right by your friends and family, but going overboard to make others happy can be harmful to your health. Constantly putting yourself second may lead you to resent the people close to you, or get you stuck in toxic relationships that make you feel bad about yourself. And research shows that people pleasers eat more! They cave to perceived pressure to eat like the people around them, ordering a burger when they wanted a salad and even timing their bites with the rest of the table.