Assertiveness is an essential life skill and integral to adequate functioning.
Lack of assertiveness can lead to impairment in work-related, academic and interpersonal situations. The ability to be assertive reduces the stress in your relationships at home and in the workplace. It can help to achieve better balance in your life and manage interpersonal difficulties more effectively.
Additionally, appropriate assertiveness can lead to better conflict resolution, set appropriate boundaries and offer an opportunity to stand up to others in a proper manner. It promotes a sense of empowerment and mutual respect, taking into account the needs and personal boundaries of all individuals involved. These skills can be learned and practiced through the use of Cognitive-Behavioral techniques.
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