To be passive is to let others decide for you. To be aggressive is to decide for others. To be assertive is to decide for yourself. And to trust that there is enough, that you are enough.
— Edith Eva Eger
In this blog post series, I’ll walk you through the basics of how to stand up for yourself without putting others down.
Enforce personal boundaries
Negotiating with others
- Use Positive Action Language 937 words
- The Veto Strategy: How My Wife And I Make Decisions 471 words
Respect others and they’ll respect you
- Stop making passive-aggressive demands 902 words
- Want to improve your relationships? “Chocolate and flowers” is not the answer! 2,238 words
- Defend personal space with soft resistance 979 words
- Physical space dominance—How to identify it and push back 1,092 words
- I Hate Camping—How Do I Say No? 747 words
- How To Push Back Against A Micromanaging Boss 1,101 words
- How To Push Back On Your Boss Without Being A Jerk 1,617 words