Your Perfect Right: A Guide to Assertive Living
The newly revised sixth edition of the guide that gives step-by-step procedures for developing effective self-expression in personal, social, work and casual relationships. This edition also includes all new material on dealing with difficult people, intimacy, negotiation, assertion on the job, and more.
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Assertiveness and You
What Is Your Perfect Right?
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