Category Archives: Psychology and Psychotherapy

Make Your Own Opinion

Lately, on every topic from every walk of life, you are bombarded with unlimited and unsolicited inputs. These may be genuinely correct, partially correct, largely wrong, often misleading, skilfully driven by ulterior motivations of all sorts, rank trash and much … Continue reading

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Assertiveness: Exercise Your Right to Say “No”

One of the most important aspects of developing your assertiveness is to develop your capability of saying “no” to all those things to which you do not wish to say “yes”. When you yield to or succumb to other people’s requests, … Continue reading

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Positive Strokes: Positive Words of Encouragement Can Do Wonderful Things

Praise, appreciation, positive words of encouragement (i.e positive strokes) can do wonders. It doesn’t cost anything to the giver but the receiver benefits by it enormously. It motivates the person with enthusiasm. He/she is likely to put in still more … Continue reading

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