Your desire to be popular and well-liked can cause you to act in ways that you wouldn't, if you didn't care so much what other people thought of you. And what is the basis of your need to be loved? Perhaps it's that you don't feel the love for yourself that you should.
You might, for instance, spend a great deal of time and money on your appearance, staying in shape and perfecting your hair and wardrobe. But remember the old saying: 'Beauty is only skin-deep.' Focusing exclusively on your physical aspects leaves other areas underdeveloped. Or, you might attempt to be so pleasant all the time that you never express your righteous, valid feelings of anger or indignation, fearing that doing so might drive people away. You hesitate to initiate, not wanting to come on too strong. And you have a real problem when it comes to placing value on what you do; for example, you usually undercharge, but could sometimes drastically overvalue your contribution. To best integrate these parts of yourself, develop your more creative and artistic side and don't worry about the opinion of others quite so much.