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Free Assertive Communication Worksheet
On this page we will provide you with an Assertive Communication Worksheet.It will help you to know about assertive communication and how you can be assertive in your daily life.
What is an assertive communication worksheet?
Assertive communication is a type of communication in which a person expresses himself effectively while also respecting the rights and beliefs of others. Some people are are seem to be naturally assertive but some are passive.It is antynom of assertiveness.you can learn how to be assertive in your communication
How will assertive communication worksheet help?
Being assertive means that we respect ourselves and our interests, thoughts and feelings are important.it is based on mutual respect and diplomacy.it shows that we are aware of others rights and values too. Assertive communication helps us to maintain a healthy lifestyle. It protects us from many mental issues .This worksheet will tell you basic methods to be assertive in your communication.
Instructions on how to use an assertive communication worksheet.
Assertive communication protects you from internal conflicts .Its absence leads to stress, anger,revenge etc.Follow the given skills to be assertive in your communication.
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