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Assertiveness, one of 'those' words that is well used however a lot of misinterpretations. Do you know your rights? Assertiveness is a way of behaving and it can be learned.

Assertiveness, one of 'those' words that is well used however a lot of misinterpretations. Do you know your rights? Assertiveness is a way of behaving and it can be learned.

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  • 1. Your Assertiveness Rights
  • 2. You Have The Right to
    • To be treated with respect and as an equal human being
  • 3. You Have The Right to
    • To grow develop and change, not just today but everyday
  • 4. You Have the Right to
    • Confidentiality
  • 5. You Have The Right to
    • Not to get involved my problems, if you choose to...
  • 6. You Have The Right to
    • To be an individual
  • 7. You Have The Right to
        • To live your life as you choose without approval or judgement
  • 8. You Have The Right to
    • Not to feel guilty when you’re being honest about you feel
  • 9. You Have The Right to
    • To choose who is in your life an the relationships you form with them
  • 10. You Have The Right to
    • To express your own feelings and opinions
  • 11. You Have The Right to
    • To say no and mean it, and reserve the right to change your mind
  • 12. You Have The Right to
    • To live many roles in your life and live each independently
  • 13. You Have The Right to
    • To state your needs, feelings, wants and wishes (and respect others may not agree)
  • 14. You Have The Right to
    • To lead a happy successful and safe life
  • 15. You Have The Right to
    • To privacy and dignity
  • 16. You Have The Right to
    • To state and choose when to be alone
  • 17. You Have The Right to
    • To make your own choices and mistakes and never be afraid of the consequences
  • 18. You Have The Right to
    • To seek help and support
  • 19. You Have The Right to
    • To live without fear of violence, ridicule, bullying and other abusive behaviours
  • 20. You Have The Right to
    • To be a human being and all that entails