Being a “GOOD” person might sound like a good thing: we are people pleasers, striving for recognition and perfection. However, this also means we are driven by external approval, lying to ourselves (and others) and ignoring our authentic selves.

In this book, Lisa Glasgow explains what exactly this GOOD programme is that many of us are subconsciously running. She presents the science behind how and why this behaviour is not only damaging our health, but potentially killing us, and documents 20 common traits of GOOD people with suggestions on how to practise undoing this programming and start living healthily and authentically.

Published by Tootsweet Concepts Ltd, Hong Kong.