How to Speak Your Mind – Become Assertive and Set Limits

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"How to Speak Your Mind" explains what it means to be assertive, why it's important, and how to achieve it. It details all of the elements of assertive and nonverbal communication and lays out the steps to become assertive, as well as common mistakes to avoid.

"How to Speak Your Mind" walks you through the difficult

task of learning to set limits and boundaries, providing tips and techniques. More

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About Darlene Lancer JD LMFT

Darlene Lancer, JD, LMFT is a marriage and family therapist. She is a relationship expert and author of "Codependency for Dummies" and "Conquering Codependency and Shame: 8 Steps to Freeing the True You." In her private clinical practice, she has treated individuals and couples for over 27 years. For two decades, she's been a consultant and workshop presenter at many addiction rehabilitation facilities. She's a frequent guest speaker on radio and has lectured at colleges, universities, and various organizations, including the California State Bar Association.

Before becoming a psychotherapist, Ms. Lancer had a successful law career. She was a Senior Mediator for the Los Angeles Conciliation Court, where she helped families resolve custody and visitation disputes and domestic violence problems.

Her articles have been published widely in professional and popular periodicals. You can find her blogs at www.WhatisCodependency.com and www.Darlenelancer.com. More information about her seminars and coaching packages are available on her website, www.whatiscodependency.com.

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Review by: mokuin on Nov. 16, 2014 :
I liked and appreciated this succinct summary and overview of communication - plus it gave a couple of simple examples. Art the price i felt this a worthwhile purchase. Putting the simple processes described into actual action is a much bigger project!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: janetmartha on Sep. 26, 2014 :
This "book" is effectively 12 pages long when you eliminate the empty space. It's a fair beginnerĀ“s outline but extremely basic. Really, a little more effort in at least fleshing out some examples and exercises is the least I'd expect. I liked your web page but this is disappointing.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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