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By A. Townend

The publication explores the connection among assertiveness and variety. The case reports and private tales illustrate how participants, groups, and organisations could make a distinction and give the chance for everybody to be valued for who they're revered for what they do.

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Behaving with integrity involves listening to one’s intuition, doing what feels right and is required in a situation. It means overcoming fears and anxieties about what others might think or say. ” Assertiveness is about making mind, body, and brain connections Affective neuroscience refers to that part of the brain concerned with the development of neuronal connections related to emotional devel- Philosophy of Assertiveness opment, and the ability to connect with oneself and others. Recent research into affective neuroscience (Wilkinson, 2006) has much to offer to those looking to understand assertiveness, and in particular understand the internal connections that are made between the mind, body, and brain and how they relate to the external connections that people make with each other.

I’m not OK: You’re not OK Manipulative/divisive I lose: You lose 2. I’m not OK: You’re OK Passive/submissive I lose: You win Thoughts/beliefs: Lacks self-confidence Lack of self-respect and respect of others Negative thoughts and beliefs about self and others Thinks others are “out to get her/him” Suspicious and wary of others Sees conflict as something destructive Thoughts/beliefs: Lacks self-confidence Lacks self-respect Compares self with others, and finds self lacking Believes other people are better than her/him Expects to be put down Sees conflict as something that others win over her/him in Feelings: Feels insecure in self Feels undeserving of praise Feels resentful towards others Feels hopeless, and depressed Feelings: Feels insecure in self Feels miserable Feels not worthy Feels insignificant Behaviors: Avoids eye contact Uses negative language to talk about self and others Does not hear positive feedback or give it Behaviors: Hides from others Avoids eye contact Close body posture Does not hear positive feedback or give it A life position is made up of beliefs about the self and others; these beliefs about the self and others are then used to justify decisions and behaviors.

We are giving each other strokes all the time. “Strokes” can be positive or negative, unconditional or conditional. A positive unconditional “stroke” is a unit of recognition that communicates to others that they are appreciated and valued for who they are, irrespective of what they do, or have done. By contrast a negative unconditional “stroke” is a unit of recognition that communicates to others that they are not liked for who they are. People generally would prefer to get a negative recognition than to be totally ignored.

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