Anger Management

Learn to manage anger anywhere, in twelve instructional sessions.

Session 9: Assertiveness



      This session is devoted to training what we call "high-test anger."  Anger generally wants something of value, but if I leave anger to its own devices, it often causes me to act in a way that hurts people, gets me in trouble, and goes against the very values that it is trying to produce.       

Assertiveness is an attempt to get what anger wants in a firm, responsible way that doesn't violate my values or the boundaries of others.


  Anger Record or  Anger Record with Feelings List
link to   Robert Bolton, People Skills
How to Construct an Assertive Response, a multimedia training module
  Steps to Assertiveness, a multimedia training module
Presentation notes for Session 9
Quiz for Session 9

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