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What is assertiveness?



Assertiveness is an essential communication skill that enables individuals to express themselves clearly, directly and respectfully while defending their rights and opinions. It is the ability to communicate one's thoughts, feelings and needs appropriately and effectively without violating the rights of others.

Assertive people are able to express themselves without aggression or passivity, to say no in a respectful manner and to defend their interests without hurting others. They are able to express themselves confidently and assertively without fear of rejection or judgment from others.


Being assertive involves having good self-esteem and sufficient confidence to express one's needs and opinions without fear. It also requires the ability to listen to others and respect their rights and opinions, even if they are different from your own.


Assertiveness is particularly important in interpersonal relationships, whether at work, in the family or in romantic relationships. It allows us to resolve conflicts constructively, negotiate compromises and find mutually satisfactory solutions.


However, being assertive does not mean being selfish or insensitive to the needs of others. On the contrary, assertiveness involves taking into account the needs and opinions of others while expressing one's own in a clear and direct manner.


To develop assertiveness, it is important to start by understanding one's own thoughts, feelings and needs. It is also essential to work on self-esteem and self-confidence in order to be able to express oneself in a confident and respectful manner.

Techniques such as non-violent communication, stress management and conflict resolution can also help develop assertiveness. It can also be useful to look for models of assertive behavior to inspire and develop your own approach.


In conclusion, assertiveness is a key communication skill that allows people to express themselves effectively and respectfully while respecting the rights of others. It is a skill that can be developed and improved with practice, and can have significant benefits in all aspects of life.



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