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Challenge unhelpful |beliefs AN unhelpful belief that gets in the way of assertiveness might be "I have to keep other people happy.
They are not saying anything now that Tsipras' assertiveness and toughness has brought Greece to the brink of an economic nuclear winter, the government having been given less than a week to agree to the reforms wanted by institutions in order to receive funding.
The results showed significant increment in public health, assertiveness and self esteem of girl students in experiment group than witness group.
The study also reveals that people seen as getting assertiveness right often mistakenly think they've gotten it wrong.
While the book is for both men and women, a special chapter is devoted to women and assertiveness.
Japan's concerns about security stem chiefly from China's maritime assertiveness and North Korea's missile and nuclear development programs.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton left on Wednesday on a visit to Asia and the Pacific to strengthen ties with China's neighbors, which have become increasingly nervous surrounding Beijing's increasing assertiveness.
Others mistake aggressiveness for assertiveness where winning is key, even if it comes at the expense of others.
Learning programmes in counselling skills and theory, stress and anxiety management and confidence building and assertiveness will be based at the HUB Hazelwell, Vicarage Road, from September.
The specific purpose of the study investigates the question, "How do agents' assertiveness and cooperativeness influence the opportunism and the tendency to continue in a buyer-supplier relationship, after controlling for firm-level factors including dependence and relational norms?
Abstract: This study investigated the relationships between sexual self-esteem, sexual assertiveness and sexual satisfaction.
Assertiveness training is not an aggressive approach to situations in which a person is not able to express himself clearly or differently.