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The Forest of Conflict

assertiveness. You need to understand what reasonable boundaries are in emotional life. Assertiveness is key. Absolutely key. And only taking these things to healthy places. E.g. being a truth teller is okay as long as you say it in a way the other person can hear.

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My Assertive Rights {and Yours too}

Each person comes with a set of rights and regulations . We all vary in patience, ideas, tolerance, love, anger, morals, beliefs, etc. We a...

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Role Playing for Assertiveness Training

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Learn How to Make Your Point Article and infographic Assertive Communication, Kid N Teenagers, Kids, Conflict Management, Assertiveness, Conflict Resolution, Psychology Facts, Life Organization, Social Work

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What’s a cognitive distortion and why do so many people have them? Cognitive distortions are simply ways that our mind convinces us of something that isn’t really true. These inaccurate thoughts are usually used to reinforce negative thinking. Social Work, Social Skills, Cognitive Distortions, Bleaching Cream, Assertiveness, Codependency, Negative Thinking, Therapy Tools, Behavioral Therapy

21 Tips to Stop Being a People-Pleaser

People-pleasers "want everyone around them to be happy and they will do whatever is asked of them to" keep it that way, according to Susan Newman, Ph.D, a New

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Conflict resolution, grew out of the belief that there are better options than using violence or going to court. Today, conflict resolution is used in a wide range of industries covering an array of different situations. Social Work, Social Skills, Food Safety Training, Conflict Resolution Skills, Wise Mind, Dealing With Difficult People, 3d Human, Assertiveness, Personality Disorder

Assertiveness 101: Being assertive means that you communicate your own needs and wants in a way that is respectful to others.

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10 Tips for Teaching Assertiveness Skills

Simple strategies to help you and your kids enjoy each day.

Mike Bundrant is a retired mental health counselor, practicing personal coach, co-founder of the iNLP Center, co-author of the AHA Solution for self-sabotage, You Meant, Told You So, Getting Him Back, Assertiveness, The Life, Got Him, Helping People, Your Child, Children

Get Assertive and Say No

“Don’t let anybody make you do something you do not want to do. Don’t allow someone to utter ‘yes’ for you while you’re still undecided (say “I’ll think about it”). And do not allow anyone to ever tell you that “No” is not enough. It is."- Anne Lamott Saying no can be difficult for a few reasons. For some, assertiveness [...]

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