When I Say No, I Feel Guilty



When I Say No, I Feel Guilty The best seller that helps you say I just said no and I don t feel guilty Are you letting your kids get away with murder Are you allowing your mother in law to impose her will on you Are you embarrassed by praise or crushed by criticism Are you having trouble coping with people Learn the answers in When I Say No, I Feel Guilty, the best seller with revolutionary new techniques for getting your own way. Best Read eBook When I Say No, I Feel Guilty Author Manuel J. Smith – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 324 pages
  • When I Say No, I Feel Guilty
  • Manuel J. Smith
  • English
  • 25 April 2018
  • 0553263900

10 thoughts on “When I Say No, I Feel Guilty

  1. Tiffany says:

    This book is certainly dated, but I can t recommend it enough for those who struggle with asserting themselves in various situations It offers incredibly helpful methods for coping with criticism, manipulation, and other relationship issues Chapters 2 and 3, describing our assertive human rights, seem common sense, but are often undermined by family, religion, and culture Just reading them helped open my eyes to the ways I forfeit these rights to others, and helped me recall those rights duri This book is certainly dated, but I can t recommend it enough for those who struggle with asserting themselves in various situations It...

  2. E says:

    Classic assertiveness training manualTake a trip back to the 1970s, when leisure suits, long sideburns and assertiveness training were all the rage Psychologist Manuel J Smith was a pioneer in the life changing assertiveness training movement Reading his bestseller about it decades later adds a new perspective Some of his advice still feels relevant, particularly when he urges you to beware of those who try to impose their standards ...

  3. Jonas Saul says:

    Excellent Book Loved it and it really helped me.

  4. Agnieszka says:

    This is a book the delivers on its promise While it has a bit of the usual padding that one finds in self help books, even the padding serves the point of introducing the concepts of assertiveness First you get the theory of assertiveness, then you get extremely practical techniques for being assertive.I can t hold on to copies of this book because I keep giving it away to friends Luckily you can often find it in the free bin at Your Neighborhood Used Book Store.Some of the sample dialouges a This is a book the delivers on its promise While it has a bit of the usual padding that one finds in self help books, even the padding serves the point of introducing the concepts of assertiveness First you get the theory of assertiveness, then you get extremely practical techniques for being assertive.I can t hold on to copies of this book because I keep giving it away to friends Luckily you can often find it in the free bin at Your Neighborhood Used Book Store.Some of the sample dialouges are cheesy, many are dated, and some are just bizarre The writing is forcibly folksy and unremittingly optimistic It s vintage 1975 self help style and I think that s part of the charm others may disagree I m giving this book five stars based on its practical usefulness It s not literature It slike a user guide for your spine It s not new agey self help of the change your deep inner nature style All the advice is practical and straightforward s...

  5. Andy McKenzie says:

    I read this book because I think assertiveness and achieving your goals in the face of other s indifference and or mild opposition is an important skill Right off the bat, the first chapter of this book annoyed me, because I felt that there was a lot of speculation, especially about a the causes of depression and b the idea that childhood interaction patter...

  6. Robin Hansen says:

    A surprising and highly lucid take on assertivity The author shows how all babies are born assertive, but that many of us unlearn this vital ability through upbringing and socialisation He shows the vast and numerous problems that this causes If you are among the many non assertive people out there, it is essential to re learn this ability and no longer feel guilty when you say no.The book contains a lot of transcripts of assertive dialogu...

  7. Peter Sharpe says:

    I ll admit I was skeptical going into this book After reading the preface and the Bill of Assertive Rights I thought that this book should have been subtitled How to be an obnoxious git and get away with it After all, I grew up in the UK, we have a culture where you can t change your mind or tell people you don t care Still, I saw the book mentionedand , so decided to give it a try My initial assumptions were totally wrong This is an amazing book, one of those that makes you I ll admit I was skeptical going into this book After reading the preface and the Bill of Assertive Rights I thought that this book should have been subtitled How to be an obnoxious git and get aw...

  8. Jalen Lyle-Holmes says:

    Into it Reading it I feltequipment to deal with situations where I want something but don t feel confident standing up for it I m still unsure of where the line comes between applying these techniques to be assertive and being an asshole though.

  9. Mehrnaz Memar says:

    I just picked up this book from our school library to see how I can beassertive with my french tutor trying to impose his preconditioned ideas about teaching the language Being a language teacher myself and having ideas on how to learn a language best,and on top of that knowing myself and my learning strategies I need just a littleassertiveness to let him know that it should be me telling him how I learn best and not him telling me As I was looking at the date it was published I rea I just picked up this book from our school library to see how I can beassertive with my french tutor trying to impose his preconditioned ideas about teaching the language Being a language teacher myself and having ideas on how to lear...

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