When I Say No, I Feel Guilty: How to Cope--using the Skills of Systematic Assertive Therapy

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Bantam Books, 1975 - Self-Help - 324 pages
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The best-seller that helps you say: "I just said 'no' and I don't feel guilty!"  Are you letting your kids get away with murder?  Are you allowing your mother-in-law to impose her will on you?  Are you embarrassed by praise or crushed by criticism?  Are you having trouble coping with people?  Learn the answers in When I Say No, I Feel Guilty,  the best-seller with revolutionary new techniques for getting your own way.

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I studied this work about 20 years ago and incorporated it's concepts into my life and dealings with people. It has been an enormous help. I have returned to my study notes on this book many times ... Read full review

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A classic. I read this when I was 22 and it gave me the practical tools I needed to speak up for myself in business and in life. Read full review

Contents

Our inherited survived responses coping with other people by fight flight or verbal assertiveness
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Our prime assertive human righthow other people violate it
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Our everyday assertive rightsthe common ways other people manipulate us
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About the author (1975)

Smith is a clinical experimental psychologist. He is assistant clinical professor of psychology at UCLA. He is a member of The American Psychological Association, The Society of Psychophysiological Research.

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