TOOL II: Teach Assertiveness Skills
Assertiveness Skills TOOLBook (PDF, 6 pages)
Abused kids often become passive or aggressive to protect themselves from abuse. Both attitudes can lead to further abuse, conflictual relationships with friends and authorities, and even violence.
For the good of everyone, kids need to know the difference between being aggressive vs. assertive.
Kids who won't stand up for themselves suffer throughout life. It's essential that they learn to identify what they want, and learn the skills to appear more confident, and hold their ground without becoming aggressive.
This TOOLBook offers step-by-step methods to teach assertive communication. With these skills, kids can learn to -
- Identify their emotions
- Translate their emotions into requests
- Be ready to learn negotiation skills to resolve complex conflicts
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