Being overly polite to the point where it feels forced or insincere may give the impression of insincerity or an attempt to please others at the expense of being genuine.
While the intention may be to help, constantly giving unsolicited advice can be perceived as intrusive or condescending, especially when it's not asked for.
Engaging in excessive small talk without moving towards meaningful conversation can be seen as superficial or time-consuming, particularly when others prefer more substantive discussions.
While offering to pay for a meal or activity is polite, insisting too strongly or repeatedly can create discomfort and make others feel obligated or indebted.
Holding the door for an extended period when someone is still far away can make them feel rushed or obligated to speed up, potentially causing discomfort.
While offering to help is considerate, insisting on helping excessively, especially when it's clear that the person prefers to handle things on their own, can be seen as intrusive or undermining their capabilities.