Insight Into Assertiveness Hardback

Waverley Abbey Insight Series

by Chris Ledger; Wendy Bray;

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Insight Into Assertiveness

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Break with people-pleasing and build healthy relationships. For those who struggle to assert themselves, life can be draining.

Often plagued by a need to say 'Yes' to every request, non-assertive people can find they are looking after everyone's needs but their own. This in turn can lead to hidden resentment, frustration and anger.

Topics tackled in this book include:

  -  The origins of non-assertive behaviour
  -  Identifying unhelpful thought patterns
  -  Dealing with uncomfortable emotions
  -  Accepting who we are in Christ.

As well as a wealth of straightforward and Bible-based wisdom, this book offers real-life case studies and, at the end of each chapter, suggestions for personal reflection, activities and prayer to help those struggling with a lack of assertiveness or those seeking to help someone they know.

Insight Into Assertiveness by Chris Ledger; Wendy Bray was published by CWR in October 2009 and is our 35815th best seller. The ISBN for Insight Into Assertiveness is 9781853455391.

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Based on the Waverley Abbey "Insight Day on Assertiveness" led by Chris Ledger, this book will help both those working with others through issues relating to lack of assertiveness, and those who themselves realise their need to learn this skill.

People-pleasers, or those described as non assertive, are often plagued by a need to say yes to every request, ending up looking after other people's needs to the detriment of their own. This can lead to hidden resentment, frustration and anger. We need to learn to say no where appropriate and to express our thoughts, feelings and desires in a way that doesn't abuse others. We are shown we first have to identify why we are locked into this people-pleasing habit and then learn a new way of relating.

This excellent book informs and helps the reader and has a reflection, activity and prayer at the end of each chapter to assist on this journey of understanding and learning.

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Page last updated 14th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherCWR (October 2009)
Number of Pages112
Thickness14 mm
Height197 mm
Width129 mm
Product Code3495887
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