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How To Assert Yourself

Be assertive, but not aggressive.

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There can be a fine line between being assertive and aggressive.

To help stay assertive and not aggressive:

  • Be respectful - both in the words you use and your tone.
  • Stick to the facts.
  • Suppress anger. You may not like what is happening, but it is likely only part of an overall picture.

NOTE: The behavior on reality t.v. usually falls into the category of aggressive - not assertive. 

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