Tag Archives: Assertive Behavior

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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Life Management: Approval Addiction

A large number of people do things for others’ approval. They feel good when others give affirmation to what they do or about their appearance. They are out to please others. They think they are good or appear nice or … Continue reading

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Assertiveness

Understanding Assertiveness Submissive………………………Assertive……………………Aggressive/Passive-aggressive Passive Behavior: Giving up your rights, honest feelings, thoughts and beliefs. Feeling helpless, anxious, resentful, disappointed with yourself, trying to please others. You feel being manipulated and pushed around all the time. Aggressive Behavior: You feel angry, … Continue reading

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