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Monday, February 13, 2023

How to be more assertive?

Being more assertive involves learning how to express yourself and your needs in a confident and respectful manner. This means learning how to communicate your needs and opinions clearly and directly, without being overly aggressive or passive. It also involves recognizing and respecting the needs of others, and using active listening to understand their perspectives. Practicing deep breathing and mindfulness can also help you remain calm and in control of your emotions when communicating. With time and practice, you can become more assertive and gain confidence in expressing yourself.

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