Assertive, Not Aggressive

How to assert yourself in a nice way.

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These habits rob you of your power, making you unhappy in your love and at work.

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By Guy Winch Ph.D.

You won't believe how few people make complaints, even when it's justified.

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By Leon F Seltzer Ph.D.

When is assertiveness nothing more than self-righteous defensiveness?

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