Conduct Assertive

In this article I would like to talk to you a little assertive attitude. Take an assertive behavior will help improve self-esteem, do and say the things rightly, without feeling bad and make others feel bad. Say or do things without being aggressive (or say or ask for things in a bad way, screaming or manipulating) nor get to have a passive behaviour (which is not to say what you want and accept what say you the others). Have you ever felt at some point, limited to do or say things? You is impossible to say no to your classmates? Does it cost to accept the compliments? If your answer is positive any of these questions put attention to this article so you may have an assertive behavior and forget to low self-esteem. Additional information is available at Randall Mays, San Antonio TX. Sometimes not hard to be assertive, by the beliefs of society, the family or the environment have imposed on us, things such as:-must not contradict others. If you have read about CBC already – you may have come to the same conclusion. This is not entirely true, because you have the right to give your opinion and do not always agree with each other. -Must do not boast of the success, you should not say when things will go well, you have to be humble.

You have the right to be recognized to receive praise, commenting on when things do it properly. -No people like to listen to your problems, you should not overwhelm anyone. It is not true because you have the right to ask for help and feel heard. -If you first you think of you before that of others you are selfish. Not so, because you are entitled to think sometimes in you first. Because if you’re OK, else it will also. Perhaps you’ve heard some of these beliefs or misguided opinions of any family member or from the environment and you’ve adopted it as correct, but not so.