Alcoholics and addicts are being asked to learn a new lifestyle to replace the role of chemicals in their lives. One of the most important skills required for early healing is effective communication and communication skills.

Ensure communication and communication skills. This confident style not only means being able to stand up to its own rights without undermining the rights of others, but also includes the ability to say "no" without feeling guilty. This involves taking responsibility for your own feelings, behaviors, decisions, actions, and reactions, while giving the same responsibilities to others. This includes the ability to express the full range of emotions to others.

Self-confidence, solid behavior involves being able to communicate openly, honestly and directly with man's will and needs. Setting up company boundaries does not cover the construction of impermeable walls. Tell others where you stand and outline a series of proper behaviors for you.

Passivity means lack of self-confidence and tension. Usually it includes your own rights, needs, needs, needs or needs of others. The lack of proper boundaries allows others to handle them as much as they want, no matter what they want.

Aggression involves breaking the boundaries of others to meet their own needs or needs. You may obscure oral, emotional, sexual, intellectual or intellectual abuse. This can mean manipulation and dirty combat tactics. People can be passive-aggressive, which is aggressive, mysterious, hidden. More often than not, he acts in anger by anger. A classic example is typical retaliation, behind the back behavior that you see every day in the world of work. Most people from time to time exhibit this behavior. The following examples respond to passive aggressive responses you do not want: 19659002 1. Say "ok" but do not intend to do so.

2. "Ok," saying he intends to stop, but stop until they finally do it.

3. "Ok," saying it did, but it did a bad thing, thinking, "I will never again be asked to do this."

4. "Ok" saying I did this and did a good job on it, but I came across everyone who complained first about their laying.

5. Instead of saying "no," 15 gives you an excuse why you can not, and the real reason is you do not want to.

An appropriate way to deal with an undesirable claim is "No, I do not want to do it" or "No thanks" or "No." If you are not accustomed to being comforted, a simple "No" is aggressive.

Most people have a part of their lives where they feel confident enough to be themselves. Even the least confident people are in an area where they can be certain and the more confident person has an area where they simply can not get together.

Skills that you can use in one area can be transferred to other areas where it appears as if you have always been captured. Everything that transfers these skills is "risk". The risk is usually the fear of loss if we avoid trying. Fear of loss is often about losing respect, self-esteem, loss of goods and services or losing contact. Fear is most in proportion to the likelihood of real loss.

In order to find out which areas are the least trusted to be self – conscious, you may want to ask yourself that you are generally confident, firmly, if you are in the following circumstances:

1. Did you listen to the telemarket without listening to your sales level?

2. Do you get something wrong back to Walmart?

3. Send a steak that we do not cook as you ordered?

4. Tell your neighbors "not" if you want to borrow something.

5. Set boundaries with staff who try to take advantage of their good nature or by trying to do their job or ask them to explore them.

6. Negotiation due to changes in the workplace, whether for more money or for workplace changes.

7. "No" tells one of your brothers who want something you do not want to give – time, energy, or other resources.

8. Say "no" (and "no") to one child who wants something you do not want to give, do, or buy.

9. Borders are defined by the previous generation (with your parents or parents of spouses) when they want to get involved in your business where they are not (for example, money or marriage).

10. Encouraging your emotions to a significant other person who has done something that has hurt your feelings.

Do you see patterns in areas where you want to be firm and where is there more trouble? Which?

In what areas of difficulty can you achieve your self-knowledge in exercising your existing skills? If you take the risk, what will happen?

Look at the areas where you are unsure, and ask yourself, "Why did not I want to risk it?"

Most of the time, fear is not real. If you find that you can not be confidently solid in close personal relationships, the risk is likely to be fear of abandonment. You are afraid that these great people will not love you if you are honest with them or if you take care of yourself.

Assertiveness is a valuable endeavor. Builds and strengthens self-esteem. Passivity, aggression and passive aggression undermine self-esteem. Learning how to be confident and competent in dealing with others is an important remedy. Confident, decisive communication is one of the elements of acquiring such relationship skills.

Source by Peggy Ferguson

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