TFH and Being Assertive

BRUCE AND JOAN DEWE


1989 CONFERENCE PAPER


The assertive person is one who is able to communicate clearly and confidently their needs, wants and feelings to other people without abusing their rights in anyway.

Being assertive is a socially acceptable alternative to passive, aggressive or manipulative behavior.

Assertiveness training courses are becoming popular. I believe that within the TFH syllabus we have already some of the best tools in assertiveness training. Even with basic TFH it is possible to achieve worthwhile changes. Using the PHP II skills the changes are profound. If you have taken the structure/function workshops, Under the Code and Louder than Words, from our sister organization, Three-in-One Concepts, these skills will add further to your inner power.


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