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Mutual respect is fundamental to the assertive communication approach. You can communicate more confidently when you stand up for yourself while respecting the right of others to do the same. Being assertive is a sign of respect for yourself when you are willing to defend your rights and interests and express your opinions and feelings. It also indicates your willingness to work together to create one so that we can find an acceptable solution.
Aggression and assertiveness are sometimes confused. Assertiveness promotes mutual respect and leads to cooperation, acceptance and trust. Promoting self-interest at the expense of others through aggressive behavior breeds hatred, mistrust, contempt, and disability.
When you are assertive, you can:
• Act in your own best interests, which may include declining a request
• Stand up for yourself by expressing your rights, interests, thoughts, feelings, and personal boundaries
• Show respect for others by taking into account their needs and rights, including the right to decline a request
• Expect trust and equality in relationships; and Negotiate to a mutually agreeable conclusion.
• Both vocal and nonverbal behaviors constitute assertive communication. The following advice can assist you with aggressive communication.
• Display a positive, self-assured body language. Maintain an erect, relaxed, open posture, smile, and employ easy movements.
• Deliver a message that is confident and unambiguous. Be consistent, be specific, be unbiased, be positive, and use “I” statements.
• Be able to refuse. If you want to use the word “no” and provide an explanation, do so. Do not apologize or invent justifications.
• You can refuse. If you want to use the word “no” to explain, so be it. Don’t apologize or justify.
• Speak in a firm, pleasant, easy to hear, and clear voice.
• Describe your problem and the goals you want to achieve.
• Stay focused and don’t stray off topic or delegate to others. • Accept the other person’s feelings and problems.
• Reiterate or summarize the other party’s views.
You can learn to communicate with confidence. The more you do it, the easier it gets and the better you get at it.
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